Significant progress has been made in the case of Sri Lankan citizen Priyantha Kumara, who was killed by a mob in Sialkot, Pakistan.
Out of the dozens of arrested accused, six accused Hameer Waris, Ali Asghar, Imran Riaz, Abdul Sabur, Shehryar and Bilal have given confessional statements before the magistrate in which they have pleaded guilty to killing Priyantha Kumara.
ejaznews has obtained copies of the confessional statements of all the six accused.
According to court documents, the police produced the accused before the court because they wanted to plead guilty.
Seeing this situation, all the police personnel were thrown out of the court room and the court asked each accused separately whether there was any pressure on them to make this statement.
All the accused told the court in their own time that there was no pressure on them.
According to court documents, the court told six of the six defendants that “a confessional statement before the court could result in their death.” We are doing it to reduce the burden.
According to the documents, however, the court gave the accused half an hour to think further in solitude.
When the accused reappeared in court, they reiterated that they wanted to confess to the crime at will.
The court, after recording these statements under section 164 of the Criminal Code, has also given a certificate to the trial court that all legal procedures have been taken into account while recording these statements.
Police arrested near 200 people after the death of the hands of Privya Kumara’s crowds and then indicated the people who have been made by CCT footage and mobile cameras. The real culprits were.