State to pursue prosecution in Usman Mirza case despite victims refused to give statement

Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice for the ruling PTI, Barrister Maleeka Bokhari, said on Wednesday that the state would now pursue prosecution in the Usman Mirza case “irrespective of recent developments” relating to the testimony of the victim. According to the lawmaker, there is irrefutable video and forensic evidence to back him up. 

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According to her, anyone harassing or stripping a woman deserves the full force of the law.

According to Bokhari, a high-level meeting was held at the Ministry of Law and Justice for the implementation of the Special Directive of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Source: Express Tribune