MQM worker handed over to Rangers for 90 days
KARACHI (92 News) – An anti-terrorism court has handed over Masood Siddiqui, brother of Qamar Mansoor, in the custody of the Rangers for 90 days.
The counsel for the Rangers told court that the accused had confessed to have received training of terrorism from India.
He said that the accused has also confessed to have done target killing of over 12 people. He was also wanted by the police in several cases.
Earlier, he was produced in court amid stringent security.