Bakery violence case: Son in law of chief minister Punjab indicted.
LHC took up the case for hearing Tuesday. At the inception of hearing Punjab Police informed the court challan of the case has been presented and only indictment process is left to be carried out. Later the statements of the witnesses will be recorded and the court will render its decision. The accused will be either convicted and sentenced or acquitted.
The court indicting Ali Imran and 8 personnel of Elite Force summoned the witnesses on November, 30 and ordered the witnesses to record statements so that proceedings could move ahead in the case.
Ali Imran, son in law of chief minister Punjab was charged with subjecting servant of a bakery located in Defence to violence by security personnel. Ali Imran was later arrested under the orders of chief minister Punjab and he was granted bail by the court.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Nov 21, 2012|
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