LAHORE: A Sessions judge on Saturday stayed implementation on black warrants of a murder convict and asked the deceased’s heirs to appear in the court and record their statement on the next hearing - June 25.

Amir Raza, the murder convict, filed an appeal before the judge and submitted that he was accused of murdering his sister. The appellant said that the higher courts, the president had rejected his appeals for mercy.

According to him, his brothers and sisters had forgiven him and reconciliation had also been written. He prayed the court to set aside his conviction and set him free.

Meanwhile, the judge on Saturday issued notice to station house officer of Mustafabad police station in bail application of three persons accused of chewing an ear of a person. Sultan and others had filed bail application and submitted that they had been falsely implicated in the case. They said they did not chew the ear of the complainant, Ishfaq, but the police booked them. After hearing the initial arguments, the judge issued notice to the Mustafabad police to submit reply on June 22.

Ishfaq, a resident of Mustafabad, had lodged FIR against three persons and alleged that they chewed his ear over a minor dispute at his workplace.–Staff Reporter