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FIR court rulings against PM, others over long march “violence”


District Court in Lahore instructed the police to register first information report (FIR) against Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz, Home Secretary Rana Sanaulla, Superintendents of police (SP), deputy chief of police (DSP), station house officers (SHO) and others 600 unknown cops for allegedly tortured Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers during the party’s long march.

Order of Supplementary Circuit and Sessions Judge Shahbaz Ahmad Khagga said: petitioner directed to refer to the SP investigation, city division for make a declaration under section 154 Cr.PC, after which the SP shall receive the same written SHO concerned of Police Station Data Darbar Or Bhatti Gate, [and] proceed in conformity with [the] law”.

petitioner Afzal Azim told the court that the police authorities not only tortured PTI workers, but also also baton-loaded and used tear gas on them, in addition to damaging their vehicles, to keep them from joining march.

He called the actions of the police an offense of serious, as officials tortured citizens exercising their democratic right. of protest.

Azim told the court that he visited the police station concerned but the police didn’t seem to want to register FIR against above. He asked the court to direct concerned SHO for FIR registration against above.

Because the judge requested a police report, S.P. concerned replied that on On May 25, PTI workers created a law and order situation, resulting in terror and fear among general public whereupon the district administration enforced Article 144 CC CC throughout the province.

He claimed that the activists put forward anti-state slogans, beat police officers and abducted employee of Punjab Police, so FIR 794/22 was registered under sections 365, 427, 393,136,353,148,149,188. of Checkpoint and 16 IGOs in Bhatti Gate Police Station. He added what second FIR of the same event cannot be registered.

In addition, according to the SHO report, place of The incident does not fall under the jurisdiction of Data Darbar Police Station, but is located at Bhatti Gate Police Station.

After hearing the arguments, the judge sent petitioner go to the police station concerned to be recorded in the above section.

An additional district and session judge had previously been appointed. also ordered SHO Bhati Gate Police Station to register criminal case against interior minister Rana Sanaulla, eight police officers including CCPO Lahore and DIG Operations, 400 people. unknown officials for attacking, torturing and harming lawyers vehicles when they were going to Islamabad to join long march.

Judge Mian Mudasar Umar Bodla dal direction to concerned SHO register criminal 154 Cr.PC case and procedures in conformity with law.

PML-N led coalition government It was last month failed contain PTI activists and supporters – who while staging his “Hakiki Azadi March” – managed to overcome all barriers and reach D-Chowk after setting up some trees and public property on fire in blue zone of federal capital.

Clashes continued throughout the day between protesters and law enforcement agencies at various locations in sister cities, including the Faizabad interchange where roads were blocked with containers.

Collisions unfolded against foggy background of police used tear gas with PTI supporters and activists flex their muscles in uninterrupted gazedown with security personnel who resorted to firing tear gas, batons and detention of marchers.


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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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