Pakistani `terror` suspect fined for immigration breach
Two Pakistani men were arrested in Zimbabwe as they tried to enter South Africa were fined USD 200 each for using forged travel documents, a state daily said on Saturday.
Harare: Two Pakistani men arrested in
Zimbabwe as they tried to enter South Africa were fined USD
200 each for using forged travel documents, a state daily said
Imran Muhammad, 33, and compatriot Warraich Chaudhry
Pervez Ahmed, 39, were charged with breaching the immigration
They will remain in custody pending deportation to
State media had originally linked at least one of the
men to the 2008 Mumbai attacks but police said the terrorism
charges were "misrepresentations in the media."
The Herald newspaper said they were each fined USD
"The court also slapped the two with a wholly
suspended three-month jail term on condition they do not
commit a similar offence in the next three years," the paper
Prosecutors said the two were found with fake Tanzanian travel documents with different names from the ones
on their passports and did not go for immigration checks at the Beitbridge border post.