Medical treatment of injured activists ordered
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A special anti-terrorism court has ordered to provide medical facilities to the detained injured workers of defunct Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan, reported 24 News HD TV channel.
Anti-terrorism court judge Ijaz Ahmed Battar on Friday was hearing a petition filed by 83 detained workers of the banned party. They prayed that police subjected them to torture but their injured workers denied medical facilities.
The judge directed the medical superintendent of Munshi Hospital to provide medical facilities to the wounded and present a report to the court.
Reporter Shaheen Attiq