'Terrorist' Lahore traders told to amend legal petitions against Indian media
Lahore, May 15 (ANI): The Lahore High Court has directed three petitioners to file an amended petition after deleting the "Indian Embassy" from the list of respondents in the previous petition.
The petition was filed against publication of pictures by an Indian newspaper dubbing them as terrorists, reports The Dawn.
Petitioners Mehtab, Babar and Atif also sought protection against their possible arrest.
Their counsel said the Indian media has not only damaged their reputation, but also tarnished the image of Pakistan.
The court after hearing the preliminary arguments asked the petitioners to delete the name of Indian Embassy and file the petition afresh. (ANI)
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