LAHORE: An Anti-Terror Court rejected a request to remove the names of 42 accused in the Model Town massacre case and asked the witnesses to appear in court on January 7, Aaj News reported.
The case was heard by Judge Zafar Iqbal. The prosecutor Roy Basheer, representing the Pakistan Awami Tehreek said that a person can not be indicted of a crime twice. “Members of PAT have been killed and 42 people from the same party have also been nominated for the crime,” he said.
An anti-terrorism court on October 20, indicted 46 suspects, among them police officials and workers of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), in the Model Town firing case in which 14 people were killed and over 100 others injured.