Wednesday, 12 July 2017

PHC Orders Mardan Jail’s Inspection For Mashal

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PHC orders Mardan jail’s inspection for Mashal lynching case trial



 The Peshawar Supreme Court has investigated the local prosecution and ordered the judge in the province of Mardan to check whether the anti-terrorism law is appropriate for the suspect's trial in the Marshall Kannin case.

Supreme Court Justices Yahya Afridi and Abdul Shakoor Justice Abdul Shakoor, Marshal's father, Iqbal Khan, who tried to hold a trial against Haripur or another district in the Marshall Terrorist Court, The petition filed by the court in jail.

The bench instructed the judge in Mardan to investigate the local prison and prepare a report before the next hearing.

He also asked the District Attorney General to let them know whether the Haripur Central Prison was suitable for this trial.

In addition, request to AG to notify Harrief prison that it is suitable for trial

The advocate, who met the Home Secretary at the court 's request, said he made early reports on the matter on behalf of the local government.

He said the government is not opposed to moving the trial to another area.

While the government believed that the Haripur jail was suitable for the case, the Peshawar prison was not suitable for that purpose.

He said that when the Supreme Court ordered it, the government would follow it and take absolute steps in the trial.

This petition authorizes Iqbal Khan to escalate the case from one ATC to another ATC in accordance with Article 28 of the Anti - Terror Act of 1997.

Mashal, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan's 23-year-old student was lynched by mobs of students, staff and outsiders on campus for alleged blasphemy.

The petitioner said it is not possible to open a highly sensitive trial, so he said he should try a prison trial to protect witnesses, lawyers and judges from the sun.

He said the defendants, witnesses and lawyers were involved in the case and that the trial would not end in a matter of months.

The petitioner added that the trial in Marndan would create a "serious situation" in which the witness and his compromise and prosecution witnesses force them to change their statements.

Defender Abdul Lateef Afridi appeared in the petition, while Yousaf Shah, Akber Ali Shah and Enayat Bacha appeared to several defendants. They opposed the petitioner's petition.

Attorneys' lawyers argued that the trial of the Haripur case would cause multiple problems. The lawyer travels more than four hours at the hearing.

They said there were a lot of defendants and had to move to Hariff Prison, where relatives also visited the area to meet with them and attend the proceedings.

Lawyers said that Mardan Prison was in a high security prison and is well suited to proceed with the trial.The Peshawar Supreme Court has investigated the local prosecution and ordered the judge in the province of Mardan to check whether the anti-terrorism law is appropriate for the suspect's trial in the Marshall Kannin case.

Supreme Court Justices Yahya Afridi and Abdul Shakoor Justice Abdul Shakoor, Marshal's father, Iqbal Khan, who tried to hold a trial against Haripur or another district in the Marshall Terrorist Court, The petition filed by the court in jail.

The bench instructed the judge in Mardan to investigate the local prison and prepare a report before the next hearing.

He also asked the District Attorney General to let them know whether the Haripur Central Prison was suitable for this trial.

In addition, request to AG to notify Harrief prison that it is suitable for trial

The advocate, who met the Home Secretary at the court 's request, said he made early reports on the matter on behalf of the local government.

He said the government is not opposed to moving the trial to another area.

While the government believed that the Haripur jail was suitable for the case, the Peshawar prison was not suitable for that purpose.

He said that when the Supreme Court ordered it, the government would follow it and take absolute steps in the trial.

This petition authorizes Iqbal Khan to escalate the case from one ATC to another ATC in accordance with Article 28 of the Anti - Terror Act of 1997.

Mashal, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan's 23-year-old student was lynched by mobs of students, staff and outsiders on campus for alleged blasphemy.

The petitioner said it is not possible to open a highly sensitive trial, so he said he should try a prison trial to protect witnesses, lawyers and judges from the sun.

He said the defendants, witnesses and lawyers were involved in the case and that the trial would not end in a matter of months.

The petitioner added that the trial in Marndan would create a "serious situation" in which the witness and his compromise and prosecution witnesses force them to change their statements.

Defender Abdul Lateef Afridi appeared in the petition, while Yousaf Shah, Akber Ali Shah and Enayat Bacha appeared to several defendants. They opposed the petitioner's petition.

Attorneys' lawyers argued that the trial of the Haripur case would cause multiple problems. The lawyer travels more than four hours at the hearing.

They said there were a lot of defendants and had to move to Hariff Prison, where relatives also visited the area to meet with them and attend the proceedings.

Lawyers said that Mardan Prison was in a high security prison and is well suited to proceed with the trial.

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