LAHORE: A much-debated character involved in mischievous outside Minhajul Quran Secretariat in Model Town, was ordered to be given in six-day physical remand by an anti-terrorist court (ATC) on Tuesday.
The notorious figure was captured by various cameras belonging to media while he was hitting private vehicles parked outside the secretariat with his batten in the presence of police personnel on June 17. Consequently, on the next day, he was arrested; and taken to the court today by Lahore’s Faisal Town police who informed the court that the suspect is involved in ravishing, damaging and looting when a clash had broken out between police and the supporters of Tahir ul Qadri’s Pakisatan Awami Tehreek (PAT) last month.
As said by the police, more revelations were expected to come from the accused and had subsequently asked the ATC for a 14-day remand.
Having the views of both sides, the court ordered a six-day physical-remand for Gullu.
Earlier on Saturday, Butt had filed his bail petition with a judicial magistrate in whom he claimed that the case is wrongly devised and that, he urged the court to release him on bail as he was just passing through the area when the incident occurred.
Magistrate Shahzad Muzaffar who had heard the initial arguments summoned the record of the case from the police for the next hearing.