Punjab police booked nine-month-old over charges of assassination attempt

Punjab Police

WEB DESK – The Punjab Police attempted to bury it already dead reputation of harassing innocents when a nine-month-old baby boy had to appeal for bail from a local judge as police wanted to book him for an assassination attempt.

According to the televised details from metropolis correspondents of Lahore, the police the nine-month-old Moosa Khan was booked for his ‘involvement’ in an alleged assassination attempt on police.

Muslim Town (Lahore) police accused the child of stoning their colleagues somewhere in the city.

 

Moosa Khan appeared before the judge with his grandfather while his counsels appealed for the bail orders.

Taking notice of the media reports Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Operations has suspended the Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) for registering a case against the nine-year old boy.

Police were quick enough to shift the blame on the plaintiff of the FIR, saying they didn’t know whether the accused was a child.

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