Web DeskPublished: 19 May 2023 at 07:41 | Updated: 19 May 2023 at 09:42
Punjab Government Takes Action Against Judge Accused of Aiding Terrorists
In a significant development, the Caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi, chaired a meeting to assess the progress of legal proceedings against individuals involved in the May 9 terrorist incidents. During the meeting, cash rewards were approved for those who provided information leading to the identification of the accused responsible for these acts of terrorism.
The meeting expressed concern over the unlawful facilitation of the individuals implicated in the attack on the ISI office. As a result, it was decided that a reference would be sent against a judge who allegedly provided exceptional assistance to terrorists. Additionally, the decision to challenge the illegal and unconstitutional facilitation of the named accused was also taken.
The meeting participants emphasized that the facilitation of the named accused amounted to a violation of justice, comparable to the murder of justice itself. Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi directed for comprehensive follow-up on the cases registered against the culprits, emphasizing the urgent need to apprehend the fugitives. Those who attack military installations and public assets should not be granted any leniency, as the events of May 9 mark a dark chapter in the history of Pakistan.
The Punjab government's determination to address the issue of facilitation provided to terrorists showcases their commitment to combating terrorism and upholding the principles of justice. Taking action against those involved in aiding and abetting terrorism is crucial for maintaining law and order, and ensuring the safety and security of the nation.
As investigations progress and legal proceedings continue, it is expected that the authorities will diligently pursue the apprehension of the culprits involved in the attacks. The Punjab government remains steadfast in its resolve to bring the perpetrators to justice and prevent such incidents from tarnishing the country's history.