QUETTA: An anti-corruption court convicted on Tuesday four accused in a case of issuance of a fake national identity card to an Afghan national, awarded them prison terms and imposed fine on them.

The convicts were: National Database and Registration Authority officials Syed Asad Kazmi and Danish Ali, agent Mohammad Asif and the card holder Inyatullah Rahim

The judge, Munir Ahmed Marri, sentenced Kazmi and Danish to 20-year imprisonment and ordered them to pay Rs220,000 fine each. Asif was awarded seven-year jail term and Rahim was sentenced to four-year imprisonment.

Published in Dawn, August 19th, 2015

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