Pakistan hangs four murder convicts: Reports

ISLAMABAD (TIP): Four murder convicts were hanged to death on September 3 in separate jails in Pakistan’s Punjab province, the media reported.

Three of the convicts – Muhammad Khan, Muhammad Boota, and Faqeer Muhammad – were executed in Bahawalpur Central Jail while the fourth one Maqbool was hanged in Kasur District Jail, Geo News reported.

Pakistan lifted the ban on executions in December 2014, which had been in place since 2008, following a Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar that killed more than 150 people – most of them children – in a deadly terror attack.

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