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ATC declares 7 PTI leaders as proclaimed offenders

ATC declares 7 PTI leaders as proclaimed offenders

ATC declares 7 PTI leaders as proclaimed offenders

ATC declares 7 PTI leaders as proclaimed offenders

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LAHORE: The Anti-Terrorism Court declared seven leaders of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf(PTI)  as proclaimed offender in the case of burning police vehicles on Mall Road.

The Anti-Terrorism Court took action on the request of the police, a case has been registered against the accused in the Sarwar Road police station.

The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) declared Azam Khan Swati, Murad Saeed and Imtiaz Ahmed Sheikh as accomplices in the police vehicle burning case.

Apart from this, Hafiz Farhat, Muhammad Zubair Niazi, Wasiq Qayyum and Hamid Raza have also been declared proclaimed offenders by the Anti-Terrorism Court.

The investigating officer said that the advertisements of the accused were also published but they are not appearing.

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The accused have deliberately gone into hiding and the accused are involved in burning police vehicles near Jinnah House on May 9.

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