Police present seven PTI women before ATC, who deny torture on them

F.P. Report

LAHORE: Police on Friday produced seven PTI women involved in arson attack on Jinnah House before an anti-terrorism court in Lahore.

Sarwar Road police presented seven Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf woman leaders before the ATC after completing their identification parade.

The women included: Khadija Shah, Sanam Javed, Tayyaba Raja, Alia Hamza and others.

Investigation officer Muhammad Sarwar presented the PTI women before the court.

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has been clamouring that its detained women were subjected to rape and violence during custody. But when these women were being brought to the court room, they told media that they were neither raped nor tortured during custody.

However, they said that they were innocent and their arrest which was political was unjust.

Meanwhile, jailed PTI women leaders and workers have rejected party chairman’s claim that they were tortured in prison.

Talking to newsmen outside the court, Sanam Javed made it crystal clear that no excess was committed on them in prison.