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Zainab murder case: Imran did not confess to his crime, says attorney

LAHORE: Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Lahore on Friday rewarded 14-day judicial remand to the prime suspect of Zainab murder case Imran Ali. Imran Ali was produced in Lahore’s ATC for the hearing of the Zainab murder and rape case after his judicial remand came to an end today. The investigating officer of the case informed...

SAMAA | - Posted: Feb 9, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Feb 9, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

LAHORE: Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Lahore on Friday rewarded 14-day judicial remand to the prime suspect of Zainab murder case Imran Ali.

Imran Ali was produced in Lahore's ATC for the hearing of the Zainab murder and rape case after his judicial remand came to an end today.

The investigating officer of the case informed the courts that six evidences have been found against Imran. He went on to say that the DNA of the accused match and he was positive in polygraph test.

The prosecutor, in his arguments, said that the suspect has not confessed to his crime.

In the hearing, Shakeel-ur-Rehman submitted the attorney papers on behalf of Imran Ali.

After hearing the arguments, the bench hearing the case sent Imran Ali to jail and ordered the prosecution to produce the challan soon.

Talking to media outside the court premises, the suspect's lawyer said that DNA holds no importance according to the law.

"Imran Ali has not accepted his crime nor has any evidence been found against him," the counsel said. - SAMAA
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