Gullu Butt sent on 14-day judicial remand

The PML-N worker will be presented before the court again two weeks later.


Web Desk July 19, 2014

LAHORE: An anti-terrorism court in Lahore sent Gullu Butt, active member of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and police tout, to jail on a 14-day judicial remand, Express News reported on Saturday.

Butt was caught smashing cars during the clashes between Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) workers and the police outside the Minhajul Quran International Secretariat on June 17.

He smashed windscreens and windows of private vehicles with his club, while police officials looked on and the vandalism continued unabated.

The vandal was presented before the court today and will be presented again two weeks later.

 

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COMMENTS (6)

bahahaha | 6 years ago | Reply Vandalising property is not exactly killing people .. He should pay for the damage period. Law is the law. You can't punish a third party thru gullu the terrible
Wrong man | 6 years ago | Reply

He is not the head culprit. Cars are not as important as life of innocents women and young men who were cut down with police bullets at close range. Gullu Butt is the least issue of that day. Cars can be rebuilt or purchased by lost lives can't.

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