SC rejects IB report on anti-judiciary banners

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, while rejecting the report submitted by the interior secretary and Intelligence Bureau (IB), questioned the purpose of the installation of CCTV cameras in the capital “when they are of no use in nabbing the culprits behind defaming top judiciary”. 
A three-member bench of the top court headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk heard the case regarding the displaying of posters and banners inscribed with anti-judiciary remarks in the Red Zone of the federal capital. Justice Mulk insistently asked where the mastermind of the case is and why has he not been arrested by the investigators. Deputy Attorney General Khawaja Ahmed Husasain informed the court that the investigation was underway and two accused have been arrested. He presented a report prepared by the Interior Ministry and IB before the top court. The court asked what was the outcome of the report and when would the main culprit be arrested.

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