Kasur anti-judiciary rally: six accused to be indicted tomorrow [DailyTimes] 10 May, 2018

The Lahore High Court on Wednesday decided to indict six accused, including two Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lawmakers, tomorrow (Friday) for protesting in Kasur against the judiciary.Justice Mazhar Ali Akbar Naqvi announced the decision as he heard a petition against the six accused, including Kasur Baitul Maal Chairperson Nasir Mehmood and Market Committee Chairperson Jameel Ahmed.During the hearing, the accused told the court they were ‘ashamed’ of their act. “We apologise to the judiciary and nation.”“We started a movement in favour of the judiciary and respect it fully,” they added.To this, Justice Naqvi remarked, “They have apologised and are ashamed but have accepted their crime.” Justice Naqvi directed the accused to submit an unconditional apology and appointed Punjab additional advocate general prosecutor. He also fixed May 11 as the date for indictment.

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