PAKISTAN: TWO PRISONERS HANGED IN KOHAT, MULTAN
February 4, 2016: Two prisoners were executed in Pakistan, in two different prisons.
Key facilitator of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, terrorist Bilal Ahmed alias Abu Abdullah was executed in Kohat Central Jail early in the morning.
Bilal s/o Faiz Ahmed was arrested two years back from his native village Suraj in Sialkot. Bilal aka Abu Abdullah was sentenced to death by military court Kohat after he was found guilty.
Security sources said he was key facilitator of TTP and involved in terrorist activities against Pak Army across the country.
AnotherÂ death rowÂ convict was sent to the gallows at the Central Jail Multan on early morning, Dunya News reported.
Death rowÂ prisoner Muhammad Jora alias Mittho was hanged for killing a man named Nazir in 1996 over an old enmity. Mitthoâs dead body was later handed over to his relatives.
Muhammad Jora alias Mittho was awardedÂ death sentenceÂ by Session Court Muzaffargarh which was upheld by the superior courts. His mercy appeal was also rejected by the President upon which Session Court Muzaffargarh issued a death warrantÂ and he was executed at the Central Jail Multan. (Sources: Dunya News, thenews.com.pk, 4/2/2016)