LAHORE: The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) granted a commanding officer custody of 16 miscreants implicated in the Jinnah House vandalism case under the Military Act.
According to the information, the commanding officer sought the detention of 16 miscreants under the Military Act, and the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) immediately reacted to the commanding officer’s request, granting the custody of miscreants implicated in Jinnah house destruction.
Mian Akram Usman, a former member of the Provincial Assembly (MPA), and the other 16 accused have been turned over to the commanding officer for further proceedings.
The suspects are facing accusations under sections 3, 7, and 9 of the Official Secrets Act, according to the commanding officer. The suspects could face trial under the provisions of the Army Act 1952 if found guilty.
The prosecution has not objected to the request for increased security measures, demonstrating collaboration and trust in the commanding officer’s ability.