The A.T.C. has approved the military trial of 16 alleged vandals of Jinnah House.
1.National Security Committee
A judge has granted the plea of the commanding officer to seek custody of alleged vandals who are now being held in the camp jail. In accordance with the decision of the highly influential National Security Committee (NSC), an anti-terrorism court in Lahore granted permission on Thursday for the military’s commanding officer to hand over sixteen suspects who are accused of being involved in the assault and ransacking of Jinnah House during the mayhem that occurred on May 9. The suspects will be prosecuted under the Army Act.On May 9, supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), led by Chairman Imran Khan, stormed government and military installations in a fit of wrath following Khan’s imprisonment.In an effort to bring an end to the violence,
2. Camp Jail, Lahore
ATC Judge Abher Gul Khan accepted the request of the army officer who had sought the custody of the alleged vandals who are currently incarcerated in Camp Jail, Lahore, and issued the ruling that accepted the motion today.They were designated as suspects in two distinct cases that were opened in connection with the assault on the Corps Commander House, which is also referred to as Jinnah House.The accused include Amar Zohaib, Ali Iftikhar, Ali Raza, Muhammad Arsalan, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Raheem, Ziaur Rehman, Waqas Ali, Raees Ahmad, Faisal Irshad, Muhammad Bilal Hussain, Faheem Haider, Arzam Junaid, Mian Muhammad Akram Usman, Muhammad Hashir Khan, and Hassan Shakir.
“In view of the request made by Irfan Athar, Commanding Officer/Military Officer, duly forwarded by the prosecution as the case of above mentioned accused is exclusively triable by a military court, accordingly, while accepting the request of Commanding Officer u/s 549(3) Cr.P.C, read with Rule 7(f) of Criminal Procedure (Military Offenders) Rules 1970, Superintendent, Camp Jail, Lahore is directed to hand over the custody of above said accused”They are found guilty of offences under Sections 3,7 and 9 of the Official Secrets Act, 1923 read with Section 2(1)(d) and 59(4) of the Pakistan Army Act, 1952, exclusively triable by Military Court,” the judge wrote in the judgement. “To the acceptance of which learned DPG did not raise any objection and forwarded the request for appropriate orders.”
4.Former army chief
Former army chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff committee General (retd) Nadeem Raza, Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam, Mufti Muneebur Rehman, and other members of the society were present at the ceremony. Other attendees were Mufti Muneebur Rehman.The head of the army was given a warm welcome by the Inspector General of Police (IG) in Islamabad, Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan. There, he addressed the police officials as well as the relatives of the policemen and personnel who had been killed in the line of duty.”Such behaviour will not be tolerated,” said the army leader, adding that the nation will not forgive or forget individuals who desecrated the memorials of martyrs and degraded their dignity. “Such a behaviour will not be tolerated,” stated the army chief.
5.Pakistani military, police
According to General Munir, the Pakistani military, police, and other law enforcement organisations are the symbols of the state and the first line of defence, and they are willing to make sacrifices for the dignity of the nation and the people.”I want to convey this message to the heirs of those martyred that the people of Pakistan and the Pakistan Army are standing and will continue to do so with the relatives of the martyrs of all law enforcement agencies,” he added by saying. “I want to convey this message to the heirs of those martyred.”Gen Munir also invited Azra, the daughter of Sepoy Imran, who shot to internet fame with a video in which she condemned the events of May 9. The head of the army gave her his word that the sacrifices made by the martyrs will not be forgotten at any time.He told them, “