The District and Sessions court hearing the Rimsha Maseeh case on Monday ordered that the 14 year old be tried by the Juvenile Court on October 01. The District and Sessions West judge Jawad Abbas resumed the Rimsha Maseeh case and issued notice to transfer her case, and instructed the police to submit a fresh challan before the juvenile court, while also ordering that accused Maulvi Khalid Jadoon be presented before the court. The prosecution lawyer in the blasphemy case against Christian girl Rimsha Masih told the Court that the girl is 21 years old and that the medical report that termed her as a minor was wrong. The prosecution lawyer had earlier challenged the medical report, arguing that the medical board was not set up on court orders. The court dismissed a petition regarding hearing Rimsha’s case in a jail and issued notices to all respondents that the case will now be heard in juvenile court. The court also gave police a deadline till October 1 to submit another challan in the case. The prosecution lawyer also said that Rimsha had been sent off to Norway, however, the Christian girl’s lawyer, Advocate Tahir Naveed Chaudhry said that Rimsha was still in Pakistan, but her location could not be disclosed due to security hazards. Chaudhry said the judge overstepped his authority by summoning Rimsha on October 1 and said that they could not do so. He said that the sessions judge’s decision will be challenged in the Islamabad High Court. The police informed the court anyone did not see an accused Rimsha Maseeh to burn pages of the Holy Quran while three evidences had recorded statements against Molvi Khalid. The case hearing was adjourned till the 1st of October.