RAWALPINDI: Former elite force commando Mumtaz Qadri who has been awarded the death penalty for the murder of former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, has vulnerable to commit suicide if he’s not allowed to satisfy his family during a separate room.
On Thursday, once Qadri’s brother and father visited meet him at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail, they were solely allowed to envision him through an iron fence attributable to security issues. However, Qadri protested against the move and vulnerable to commit suicide if he wasn’t allowed to satisfy his family during a separate room.
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According to a jail official, Qadri was earlier allowed to meet his family as per demand and during a separate room.
However, following the Supreme Court’s call to uphold his death penalty, the previous elite force guard isn’t allowed the posh any longer.
After Qadri threatened to commit suicide, the authorities let him to envision his family during a separate room.
Earlier in Oct, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice A. Saeed Khosa scrapped a plea seeking to revoke Qadri’s death sentence.
Qadri, a former police guard, had assassinated former governor Punjab Salmaan Taseer on January four, 2011 outside his residence adjacent to an upscale market within the federal capital.