Zulfiqar Mirza Appears Before ATC [AbbTakk] 13 Sep, 2018

Zulfiqar Mirza Appears Before ATCKarachi (September 13, 2018): Former Home Minister Sindh, Zulfiqar Mirza on Thursday appeared before ATC along with other accused in the cases registered against him.More than 50 accused in the cases appeared before the court, statements of two witnesses in the case, Imtiaz Memon and Jamal Siyal were recorded in today’s hearing.Click Play Button To Watch This VideoThe court adjourned the hearing of till October 04 after summoning other witnesses.The court already indicted Zulfiqar Mirza and his companions in the cases registered under ATC act.Related News:Zulfiqar Mirza, Fahmida Mirza Express Reservations Over PollsZulfiqar Mirza Predicts Imran Khan As Next Prime MinisterSpread the loveabbtakk Abbtakk english Abbtakk News Abbtakk Pakistan Appears before ATC English English News Zulfiqar Mirza Zulfiqar Mirza Appears Before ATC

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