Daniel Pearl case: Federal government decides to become a party in Sindh government’s review appeal
ISLAMABAD: The federation has decided to become a party in the Sindh government’s review appeal against the acquittal of the accused in the Daniel Pearl case.
According to details, a three-member bench of the Supreme Court had ordered the release of four accused in the murder of Daniel Pearl, including Ahmed Omar Sheikh, Fahad Naseem, Salman Saqib and Muhammad Adil.
In this regard, after the Sindh government’s appeal against the acquittal of the accused in the Daniel Pearl case, the federation has decided to join the provincial government’s review appeal. The Attorney General’s Office has confirmed that it is a party to the review appeal.
According to the spokesperson of the Attorney General, the federal government will soon file a petition against the decision. The federal government will also file a petition for the formation of a larger bench for review appeal.