Islamabad, May 13: Pakistan's Maj Gen Amir Faisal Alvi, a former chief of the army's Special Services Group was Laskar-e-Toiba (LeT), police told the anti-terror court.
In a charge-sheet submitted on Tuesday, May 12 by the police to the anti-terror court headed by Judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahut said that the militants killed the Maj Gen in retaliation for his role in fighting against the LeT outfit in the tribal belt.
The accused in the charge sheet included Maj (retd) Haroon Rasheed from Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Mohammad Nawaz Khan from Peshawar and Ashfaq Ahmed of Okara. It said the killing was ordered by Ilyas Kashmiri, who provided funds and weapons.
Kahut was expected to formerly indict the accused on Tuesday, May 12 but he adjourned the hearing till May 23 due to the nationwide lawyers' strike.