Jinnah House attack: ATC extends judicial remand of 94 PTI workers.

LAHORE -- An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Wednesday extended the judicial remand of 94 Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers, including two female tiktokers , involved in attacking the Jinnah House (the corps commander house in Lahore) and ordered for producing them on June 2 after completing their identification parade.

As per a written order released here, Duty Judge Ijaz Ahmad Buttar conducted the case proceedings as the judge concerned was on leave.

The order stated that the police did not produce the accused but requested for an extension in their judicial remand for completing the identification parade, besides producing record and warrants..

The order stated that the prosecutor submitted that the accused could not be produced as the identification parade was in progress at jail premises. The prosecutor further submitted that the record of the case was available with the investigation...

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