KARACHI - As many as four new judges have been appointed in Anti Terrorist Court (ATC) on Tuesday, while one judge was transferred from Karachi to Sukkur. The Sindh Home Department has increased three more ATC courts in the province, the number of courts reached to 14, said a home ministry official.    He said the provincial Home Ministry had appointed four new judges in Karachi and Mirpurkhas, while the department has issued the notification on Tuesday in this regard. The judges who were appointed including Jusitce Hassan Shah Bukhari was appointed in Karachi Court No-1, Justice Anand Ram in Karachi Court No-2, Justice Azizullah Abro and Justice Bashir Ahmed Targahi were appointed in separate courts of Mirpurkhas, while, Justice Ahmed Nawaz Shahzad was transferred to Sukkur from Karachi. Justice (retd) Iqbal Arahi, who was earlier serving in Sukkur, has completed his job's tenure. Meanwhile, the Home Ministry also increased three more ATC courts in Sindh. Earlier the number of ATC courts were 11 and after increasing they have reached to 14. The new courts will soon started functioning.