Anti-judiciary banners: SC seeks identification of real culprits
A two-member bench headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Nasir ul Mulk heard the anti-judiciary banners case on Tuesday.
During the hearing, the Deputy Attorney General told that court that the prime suspect of the case named Rashid has been arrested.
At this, the Chief Justice questioned is the arrested man real culprit, to which the Deputy Attorney General said the accused confessed before the magistrate.
Meanwhile, Justice Dost Muhammad said that only a single person was bothered with the judiciary all over the country.
The Deputy Attorney General said the accused had also displayed banners against a journalist, in the past.
The Chief Justice said that a confessional statement cannot be trusted blindly and there are countless ways to identify real factors.
Moreover, the court ordered the police to determine the actual perpetrators and directed to submit the report on August 19.