The Sindh High Court (SHC) has ordered to transferred ten high-profile cases to Sukkur from the Karachi anti-terrorism court.
These high profile cases include those pertaining to the Karachi airport attack of 2014, members of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and other important cases.
A notification from a member of the inspection team of Sindh High Court was received by the anti-terrorism court regarding the transfer.
According to sources, the cases have been moved to Sukkur over security concerns.
The Karachi airport incident took place in June 2014, when a brazen five-hour attack left many dead. The attack started when armed men disguised as police guards stormed the airport terminal after opening fire.