Retired army officer, son acquitted of constable's murder.

LAHORE -- An anti-terrorism court on Thursday acquitted a retired army officer and his son in a case of killing a police constable in Model Town during a search operation ahead of the May 25 long march of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI).

Announcing a verdict reserved on Saturday last, Presiding Judge Ijaz Buttar acquitted retired Maj Akrama Bokhari and his son Hussain after the prosecution failed to establish its charges against them.

Advocate Farhad Ali Shah represented the accused persons before the trial court and argued that police failed to produce any evidence against his clients. He said the prosecution presented its 15 witnesses but none of...

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