LAHORE: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Lahore Monday sent five police personnel on a five-day physical remand for their alleged involvement in the Model Town incident, DawnNews reported.

The hearing of the case was held in Judge Rai Ayub Marth's court.

Station House Inspector (SHO) Sheikh Amir Saleem, Elite Force Inspector Hafiz Athar and Constables Naveed, Kashif and Khurram appeared in the court today.

Police requested the court that the accused policemen should be remanded for five days.

The court subsequently sent the five policemen on a five-day physical remand and ordered their appearance in the court on July 19.

Also read: Model Town incident: JIT ‘tightening noose’ around five cops

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