Karachi: Court on Friday has acquitted Former Sindh home minister Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza and 27 others in a case pertaining to attacking a police station in Badin in 2015.
The court pronounced its verdict six years later.
At the same time, in response to the decision, Zulfiqar Mirza claimed that the Sindh authorities had made unfounded accusations against him out of political retaliation.
Earlier in April 2021, the Anti-Terrorism Tribunal (ATC) also acquitted the former Sindh Interior Minister and 51 aides in the same case.
What needs to be mentioned here is that Zulfiqar Mirza and his 51 associates were accused of breaking into the police station, torturing police, blocking roads and destroying property during the sit-in on May 3, 2015.