Covered in Black Cloth, Khadija Shah Presented at ATC

May 28, 2023


Covered in Black Cloth, Khadija Shah Presented at ATC

Mahnoor Tariq

Khadija Shah ATC

Khadija Shah, the fashion designer accused in the Corp Commander House attack case, was sent to jail for a seven-day identification parade by an anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Lahore.

Today, the Punjab police presented Khadija Shah before the ATC with her face covered, and she was accompanied by police personnel. The court granted her permission to meet with her husband during the proceedings.

The police requested that Shah be sent to jail for an identification parade, while her case is currently under investigation in the high court. In response, the court ordered the investigation officer to present the relevant records to reach a verdict. After carefully considering the arguments, the court decided to remand Khadija Shah to jail for seven days for the purpose of the identification parade. The hearing was adjourned until May 30.

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Khadija Shah, who surrendered to the authorities on Tuesday at the Crime Investigation Agency station in Iqbal Town, was subsequently arrested by DSP Muhammad Ali Butt.

Who is Khadija Shah:

Khadija is the daughter of former finance minister Salman Shah. She was nominated in a first-information report (FIR) filed at Sarwar Road police station. The Elan-owner was claimed to have played a significant role in the attack on Corps Commander House. Shah was wanted by the Lahore police under terrorism and other charges. Since then, Shah went into hiding after police started raiding houses to arrest instigators involved in May 9 attacks.

The court’s decision to send Khadija Shah to jail for an identification parade reflects the ongoing investigation and the judicial process. The case will continue to be heard, and further updates are expected to emerge as the proceedings progress.

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