KARACHI - An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Saturday reserved judgment in Allama Hassan Turabi murder case till September 30. Judge Anand Ram Hotwani of ATC-III reserved the judgment after hearing the final arguments from both the sides. In last hearing, six accused including Sultan Mahmood alias Saifullah, Muhammad Amin alias Khalid Shaheen, Muhammad Akbar Khan, Muhammad Rehman, Ashfaq Qureshi and Raheemullah alias Ali Hasan, allegedly involved in Allama Hassan Turabi murder in July 2006. They had recorded their statements before the court, wherein they denied their involvement in the said murder. Earlier, the court recorded the testimonies of five prosecution witnesses in a case pertaining to a suicide attack that killed Allama Hassan Turabi and his nephew near his residence. The public prosecutor has concluded his final arguments before the trial court regarding the case and tried to prove the involvement of the accused in the case. According to prosecution, Sindh Chief of the Tehrik-i-Islami and provincial vice-president of the MMA Allama Hassan Turabi and his young nephew were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside his residence in Gulshan-i-Iqbal on July 14, 2006. The alleged suicide bomber was later identified as Abdul Karim. Three police guards and a woman were also injured in the blast. A case (FIR 332/08) was registered under Sections 302, 324, 427, 109 and 120/34 of the Pakistan Penal Code and Section 3/5 of the Explosive Substances Act, read with Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act at the Sachal police station on the complaint of Shafaat Hussain. Eyewitnesses had identified Sultan Mahmood, Muhammad Amin and Muhammad Rehman and deposed that they saw them on motorbikes outside the Gulshan-i-Iqbal residence of Allama Hasan Turabi when his vehicle reached there. They also testified that a man in disguise of a beggar then appeared and tried to approach Allama Turabi. Victims nephew tried to stop the 'beggar but he blew himself up, the witnesses said. The three accused disappeared after the blast. In second case, the accused had planted a remote-controlled bomb in a cart on April 6, 2006 to kill Hassan Turabi when he was travelling on Abul Hasan Isphahani Road within the remits of Mubina Town police station. However, he escaped unhurt in this attempt. The accused have been arrested the same year, wherein a case (FIR 611/2010) was registered under Sections 147, 148, 149, 337-A&H and 395 .