13 accused of Sialkot tragedy to appear in anti-terrorism court
GUJRANWALA: The thirteen accused involved in the tragic murder of a Sri Lankan citizen in Sialkot will appear in the anti-terrorism court today.
Police will request physical remand of the accused from the esteemed court. According to details, 13 accused involved in the Sialkot tragedy will be produced in anti-terrorism court today.
Police will request physical remand of the accused from the anti-terrorism court so that the incident can be investigated. In the anti-terrorism court, 13 accused are being remanded from Sialkot on one-day transit remand. The arrested accused will be produced before the court under tight security. A heavy contingent of police is deployed on the way to the anti-terrorism court.
The accused presented in the court today include Farhan Idrees, Talha alias Basit, Ehtesham, Junaid, Saboor Butt, Raheel aka Chhota Butt, Imran, and others. Police have completed preparations to bring the accused to court, whose remand will be requested.
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