The challan of the brutal killing of Mashal Khan, a student of Mardan University has been sent to office of the district public prosecutor, from where it will be forwarded to the anti-terrorism court.
According to the police, the joint investigation team chairperson Shafiullah Gandapur sent the 1,600-page challan on Monday, in which the role of each accused person in the killing of Mashal has been described.
Some were involved in pelting stones and hurling bricks at Mashal, while others wounded him by throwing a plant pot on his head, one of the persons in the mob also fired bullets at him – this has all been mentioned in the challan.
It will be sent to the anti-terrorism court, while the hearing of a suo motu notice taken by the Supreme Court will be held on June 7.
On Sunday, a complete inquiry report of the JIT revealed that members of the Pakhtoon Students Federation, the student wing of the Awami National Party, incited the mob to kill Mashal on the pretext of blasphemy.
The report stated the murder was premeditated as the group was threatened by Mashal's activities because he would raise his voice against irregularities at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan.
Out of 60 people accused in the killing, 57 have been arrested while the remaining three are still at large.