Three prisoners escape from ATC lockup in Karachi

It is suspected that prisoners brought some tools from the jail, which were used in cutting the bars.


Web Desk July 11, 2013
It is suspected that prisoners brought some tools from the jail, which were used in cutting the bars. DESIGN: SAMRA AAMIR

KARACHI: Three criminals involved in serious terrorism cases fled from a court lockup, in Karachi, on Thursday, Express News reported.

Ammar, Arsalan and Zubair were brought to the Anti-Terrorism Court for a hearing and were kept in the lockup until the hearing commenced. However, they managed to cut open the bars of the small window in the lockup and escaped.

It is suspected that the prisoners had brought some tools with them from the jail, which were used in cutting the bars.

As soon as police received the information about the take off they took after them but no arrest has been made as yet.

An application has been filed to take action against the police officials responsible for security.

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COMMENTS (2)

csmann | 7 years ago | Reply

3 on 11-7-13;&2 on 12/13-7-13;all from ATC. Co-incidence?hardly.Shows involvement of the police.

Ammar | 7 years ago | Reply

Feudal hands? MQM? TTP?

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