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News @ 3 – 23rd May 2018

LAHORE: A forensic report in the case of firing at the residence of Supreme Court judge Justice Ijazul Ahsan in the provincial capital’s Model Town has ruled out the possibility of an armed attack, ARY News reported.

Sources with knowledge of the report said it was an aerial firing, not a targeted attack.

Two bullets found from the residence of the judge on April 15 were fired from a 9mm pistol, the report said and added such a weapon can effectively hit a target within a range of 50 meters.

The distance between the Supreme Court judge’s residence and the spot from where bullets were fired is about one kilometer and a bullet fired from a 9mm pistol into the air can travel as long as 2.5 kilometers.

The report compiled on the basis of scientific analysis has been provided to the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the matter, which has also interrogated persons who indulged in aerial firing on that day and taken into custody the pistol in question.

On April 15, the incident of firing at the house of Justice Ahsan twice within the span of a few hours made headlines.

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