The Islamabad District and Sessions Court delivered a decisive verdict, sentencing Tik Toker Aalian to life imprisonment on charges of theft and imposing the death penalty for murder.
Additional Sessions Judge Tahir Abbas, presiding over the case, highlighted the compelling evidence that led to this consequential judgment.
Judge Tahir Abbas emphasized that the convicted individual, Aalian, personally identified the crime scene, and a pistol was recovered from him during the proceedings.
The court decision underscored the role of witnesses who positively identified Aalian, solidifying the case against him.
Based on the weight of evidence and witness testimonies, the court found Aalian guilty of both murder and theft.
In detailing the sentencing options, Judge Tahir Abbas outlined the penalties Aalian could face.
The guilty party may be subject to a fine of 500,000 rupees, imprisonment for seven years, and an additional fine of 30,000 rupees.
This landmark verdict serves as a significant step towards justice, reflecting the meticulous examination of evidence and witness accounts in the pursuit of a fair and conclusive legal outcome.