LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has issued notices to plaintiff Jalil for giving false testimony and concealing facts to witnesses.
A two-member bench headed by Justice Chaudhry Abdul Aziz heard the appeal of the Punjab government. The plaintiff Jalil and the witnesses appeared in the court. The Lahore High Court issued notice to plaintiff Jalil for giving false testimony in the trial court and also for concealing facts from other witnesses.
Justice Abdul Aziz told the plaintiff that earlier he had raised the issue in the country but later refused to identify the accused in the trial court. The court said angrily that why not to give you notice for giving false testimony.
The plaintiff sought permission from the court that I want to be a lawyer, to which the court angrily said that the lawyer should do it later, first tell me how he told the court that we do not know anything about the case And throw dirt on the court.
A witness present at the scene, Wasim, appeared in court. Witness Wasim told the court that I was asked by DPO Sahiwal to make this statement. The court issued notice to DPO Captain (retd) Muhammad Ali Zia.
The court remarked that the other side of the incident comes later, first the country is discredited all over the world, the witnesses of the export also said that we do not know anything.
Justice Abdul Aziz remarked that we used to cry when we saw the stories told by the witnesses on TV. Later all the witnesses said that they did not know anything.
The prosecutor said that the accused were acquitted after the witnesses deviated. The Durkney bench, meanwhile, adjourned the case till January 17.