The kingpin of Lyari gang war, Uzair Baloch, had accepted involvement in several charges against him in a confessional statement in front of a magistrate last year.
The gangster, known for his pivotal role in Lyari gang war, was nabbed by the Rangers on January 30, 2016, and within a year handed over to the army for ‘leaking sensitive information’ to the country’s enemies.
After his 90-day remand in the Rangers’ custody, the gangster had made a confessional statement in front of a magistrate on April 24, 2016, where he accepted the charges levelled against him.
He also revealed that he leaked ‘sensitive information’ to foreign agencies. He claimed that a man identified as Haji Nisar, an alleged member of the Iranian intelligence agency, had introduced Uzair to other members of the agency.
He confessed that he shared information regarding Armed Forces with the foreign intelligence, adding he shared information on Corps Commander, Station Commander and Naval Commander in the city.
Moreover, it was also revealed that Uzair played an integral role in the appointment of Saeed Baloch and Nisar Morai in the Fishermen Cooperative Society, which used to pay Rs2 million extortion on monthly basis to Uzair.
The gangster had also confessed to appointing those SHOs who helped him extend his criminal activities. He claimed that leaders such as Zulfiqar Mirza, Qadir Patel, Yousuf Baloch had helped him get SHOs of his choice posted.
He also mentioned that he and his wife are facing threats to their life, from political figures including Asif Ali Zardari.