Wednesday, November 30, 2022

PM Imran told the Supreme Court that “there are no holy cows in Pakistan” during the APS attack trial

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan informed the Supreme Court on the APS attack case.


Lawyers, security workers, and APS attack victims’ relatives joined the premier in courtroom 1.

CJP Gulzar questioned the premier over the APS incident. The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in KP held an emergency meeting to discuss the attack.

Khan believes in the rule of law and that there are no holy cows in Pakistan. The directive will be executed,’ PM answered.

The court urged the Prime Minister to update the court on the Peshawar massacre.

Throughout the session, the government establishing a peace ceasefire with the TTP was emphasised. Justice Qazi Amin claims the current government is in talks with the banned party.

APS perpetrators must be found and apprehended by the state, the court asked.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan informed the Supreme Court on the APS attack case.

Earlier morning, the prime minister testified before the Supreme Court in the APS massacre case. Case is Gulzar Ahmed.

Nobody should die, said Gulzar Ahmed CJP. A few executives should have been punished, he claims.

The slain children’s parents have previously demanded that the country’s top civil and military officials be charged.

The bereaved parents requested an open Supreme Court probe.

Sheikh Rasheed then went to the Supreme Court. Rasheed told the press that Imran Khan owns the game.


The Law Minister and Attorney General were cited as sources for Imran Khan’s refusal to reply.

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