LAHORE: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) indicted on Wednesday 20 suspects involved in the Youhanabad lynching case, Express News reported.
In March, two people were lynched by a mob after two suicide bombers attacked as many churches in Lahore, killing at least 14 people.
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According to reports, all suspects presented in court on Wednesday pleaded not guilty, stating they were not present at the site when the men were lynched.
The judge subsequently adjourned the court hearing until November 5, ordering the prosecution to present witnesses at the next hearing.
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The first of the lynching victims was identified by his brother, while the family of the other victim came forward and identified him as Babar Nauman, a resident of Sargodha.