PESHAWAR: A neighborhood court on Wednesday reserved its order over an application of a local legal representative seeking regulations for the authorities to sign up an FIR against organisers of the ‘Aurat March’ in Islamabad over the shouting of ‘anti-Islamic’ slogans in their Worldwide Women’s Day procession on March 8.
Judge Syed Shaukatullah taken care of tomorrow (Friday) for pronouncing the order.
The application is filed by lawyer Ibrar Hussain under Area 22-A of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which encourages the court to function as ‘Justice of Peace’ as well as order the registration of an FIR of an offence in case of the cops’s failure to do so.
Ajmal Mohmand and also Gohar Saleem, attorneys for the applicant, competed that on the celebration of the International Female’s Day, the organisers of Aurat March had actually organized processions in various cities.
Attorney looks for activity over ‘anti-Islamic’ slogans
They stated such a march was held in Islamabad, where the participants had actually yelled anti-Islamic mottos harming religious beliefs of a multitude of individuals.
The legal representatives claimed the government as well as Islamabad management had thus far not taken any type of action versus the organisers of that march.
They claimed the candidate had likewise approached Peshawar’s East Cantonment Police headquarters for the registration of the case however the police hesitated to act as necessary.
The advice contended that a cognisable offense had actually occurred throughout the Aurat March, so it was the duty of the police to sign up FIR versus the event organisers.
They asked for the court to issue directives to the authorities of the West Cantonment Police Station to sign up the FIR against the organisers as well as take appropriate activity against them.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Bar Council had actually additionally passed 2 resolutions in its conference on Mar 15 and also had actually demanded of the federal government to do something about it against the organisers as well as different NGOs which had arranged Aurat March in various cities.
Bench Council had declared that the individuals of those marches were involved in desecrating the holy characters of Muslims with sloganeering and also intriguing banners, so they deserved to be dealt with purely.
Meanwhile, a judicial magistrate on Wednesday sentenced on 14-day judicial remand a woman charged by the local authorities with killing her brother-in-law’s two-and-a-half-year-old son.
The suspect was created before judicial magistrate Lateef Shah after the conclusion of the three-day physical custodianship with the police.
She was detained last Saturday by authorities of Paharipura police headquarters asserting that she had actually guillotined the small kid before throwing the body on roof.
The kid, that belonged to Kurram tribal district, accompanied his granny to the residence of his concerned uncle in Peshawar and went missing last Friday. His body was discovered the next day.