Govt to constitute JIT over recent incidents.

LAHORE -- Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi presided over a meeting at Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) head office to review law and order situation which decided to constitute a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe incidents of setting ablaze Jinnah House along with vandalising military and civil installations.

The JIT after investigating the incidents, will submit a comprehensive report to the government, said a handout issued here.

The CM ordered further expediting crackdown in order to bring all the miscreants in the stern grip of law. He directed to undertake geo-fencing of all sites which vandalized, adding that all cases against the miscreants would be put to trial in the Anti Terrorist Court. He directed the Public Prosecution department to ensure speedy trial of all cases and outlined not to spare any violator.

The CM underscored that every miscreant would be brought in the court of law along with witnesses and solid proof and asserted that the miscreant elements launching an onslaught on the Jinnah House along with civil and private properties would not go scot- free from facing an exemplary punishment.

He emphasized to adopt a zero tolerance policy against the miscreants...

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