PAKISTAN: 4 TALIBAN MILITANTS GIVEN DEATH SENTENCE FOR ATTACKING ISI OFFICE
January 13, 2015: An anti-terrorism court gave death sentence to four militants of outlawed Pakistani Taliban for an attack on country's powerful spy agency ISI's office in which 15 people were killed.
The ATC-I Multan handed down the penalty to Abdul Raheem, Hafiz Suleman, Sajjad and Muhammad Afzal on 11 counts each, and 25-year imprisonment to their fifth accomplice Ijaz.
All the five convicts belong to the banned terrorist group Tahreek-i-Taliban Pakistan.
Some 15 people were killed and more than 50 others were injured in the bomb and gun attack on the ISI office in Multan Cantonment in 2009. (Sources: firstpost.com, 14/01/2015)