CJP takes suo moto notice of Farzana Bibi's stoning
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Tassaduq Hussain Jillani has taken a suo moto notice of Farzana Bibi’s stoning to death in Lahore, ARY News reports.
CJP has taken the suo moto notice of the stoning after reading the news reports of the incident. The top judge has also ordered that a case should be filed against the police officers present at the crime scene.
He remarked that the cops helped the criminals by watching crime as silent spectator.
On the other hand, Lahore High Court Bar Association has announced that the case of Farzana Bibi will be fought for free. A three member legal aid committee has been formed to assist the affected party.