The federal government has decided not to try women and underage suspects involved in the violent protests that sparked after the May 9 arrest of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf Chairman Imran Khan. Geo has reported
Nationwide riots erupted on May 9 following the arrest of the PTI chairman in the £190 million Al-Qadir trust case, which left at least eight people dead and several injured, leading authorities to arrest thousands of PTI workers.

During the protest, the protesters attacked civil and military installations, including the corps commander’s house (Jinnah House) in Lahore Cantt and General Headquarters (GHQ).

Now, according to sources of Geo News, the cases of women and underage protesters who are involved in the attack on a military installation, will be tried in civil courts.

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