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I don’t care if given a death sentence; says Murder suspect of Mureed Abbas, Atif Zaman

KARACHI: It was said by the Atif Zaman, who is the prime suspect in the murder case of TV anchor Mureed Abbas, that he has come to a point where even a death sentence does not bother him.

The examination official, Atiqur Rehman, told the city court that he had educated speculate Zaman he might be given a death sentence on the off chance that he confessed, to which he said his life was devastated and he had gone to a point where he couldn’t have cared less regardless of whether he was given a capital punishment.

The IO exhibited to the court the medico-legitimate official’s (MLO) report of the suspect. It expressed that Zaman had gotten a shot in his upper chest that had tore through his body. The court gave over the suspect to police for a one-day physical remand and requested the police to record his announcement.

The court additionally enabled Zaman’s family and advice to meet him.

Prior, on July 11, Tariq Dharejo — the senior administrator of police (SSP) for examination in Sindh — had said the suspect had confessed to police that he intended to execute upwards of five individuals after financial specialists had requested he return their cash when they discovered that he didn’t claim any business.

The police authority had said the presume used to demonstrate other’s business as his very own to acquire cash from the financial specialists.

“He used to give cash loaned to him to individuals as benefit and individuals began getting appended to him in light of ravenousness,” Dharejo had said. “In any case, he began confronting issues after he neglected to get more customers.”

The SSP had referenced that a police group was scanning for essential speculate Zaman’s sibling, Adnan, who was likewise accepted to be a piece of TV stay Abbas’ murder. Atif Zaman had endeavored suicide before too when he bombed his Matriculation.

The examination for the situation had uncovered that the whole trick was around Rs400-500 million and furthermore included smuggling.

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