SC rejects review plea of a man convicted of stabbing girl student

Islamabad: A Supreme Court has rejected a petition on Thursday requesting to review its verdict on January 23 to resume five years in prison from Shah Hussain, the Lahore assembly judge on March 30 last year.

On May 3, 2016, Shah Hussain whipped his friend Khadija Siddiqui 23 times near Shimla Mountain in Lahore and took her sister Sofia to school with her driver. Khadija is currently finishing her lawyer at the City Law School of the City University of London.

Through Shah Khawar’s lawyer, the petition is also reviewing three Supreme Court justices, led by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa. Due to the denial of this appeal, the five-year warranty was guaranteed.

Shah Khawar contended in the forum that the girl called her client five days later and it appears that her name had changed after the scan and indicated that her client may have lost contact with her later.

On May 3, 2016, Shah Hussain whipped Khadija Siddiqui into a classroom 23 times in Lahore.

Judges say the pilgrims and sisters may not be able to identify the attackers, emphasizing the difference between murder and murder.

So far, the Chief Justice has observed that even a single injury may be related to the attempted murder charges and that the person seeking the murder will not be given a chance to appear before the attack.

However, the Chief Justice said that when it is said, the court is always happy to correct any wrongdoing.

Earlier, in a detailed announcement announced on January 29, the Chief Justice had complained that the Lahore High Court had changed the decision of the Lahore Magistrate’s Court to appoint a prosecutor in choosing Khadija’s case, but he did not. It can prove that you need to be careful when revisiting it. The recording, thus, of a great historical interpretation has occurred.

The detailed judgment also highlights the complete lack of evidence of Hadron Collider’s extensive evidence, ignoring many of the key elements of the evidence presented in the evidence.

Consequently, we have found that this Supreme Court’s understanding of the evidence in these cases was concise, conclusive and unambiguous, which led to serious errors in the Large Hadron Collider, which led to the judges’ failure to give the High Court intervention in the matter. Explained.

The court held that if the evidence of a misdemeanor or a misdemeanor is ultimately misdirected by the prosecution, the verdict is unlawful as to why it cannot be corrupted.

In addition, the Supreme Court must understand that it is merely reversing the appeal, not the appeal and that in applying its amendment, the Supreme Court must establish the limits to be valid, valid, consistent or appropriate. The court’s findings, rather than just the evidence, apply to the case, the ruling said.

“At trial, the trial and appellate courts carefully moved the evidence presented in the documents and then concurred in the claims made by the accused (Shah Hussain) and showed that there was reasonable doubt.

“In the absence of any legal error committed by the court, and without any violation, instability or improper conduct in a court of law or hearing of an appeal, the High Court must intervene in the court’s record and find that” the verdict has been considered. “

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