LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) quashed an FIR
registered under blasphemy charges, observing that a
person could not be prosecuted merely on the basis of
what he sees in his dreams or for sharing his thoughts,
visions, or emotions with others.
Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh held that the police
failed in collecting substantial evidence to establish the
offence against the accused
and observed that those suffering from mental illnesses
should be provided treatment and protection against
punishment. “If we examine FIR we
find that the offence under
section 295-A PPC is not
There is no allegation
that the petitioner did anything to offend any group of
people or insult their religion
or religious beliefs.
F u r t h e r m o r e , t h e
A s s i s t a n t A d v o c a t e
G e n e r a l c o u l d n o t
point out any circumstances
that might indicate malice on his part,” Justice
Tariq observed in his
detailed judgment issued on
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