In a recent development, the Additional Advocate General disclosed to the Lahore High Court on Monday that the Punjab caretaker government currently has no intentions of establishing a judicial commission to investigate the Jaranwala incident. This incident had resulted in the widespread destruction of churches and homes belonging to the Christian community, sparking outrage and condemnation.

The Jaranwala incident, which occurred on an unfortunate day, witnessed the torching and ransacking of properties owned by members of the Christian community. The incident sent shockwaves across the nation and was met with widespread condemnation.

The disclosure that the caretaker government does not plan to form a judicial commission to probe this incident raises questions about the avenues of justice available to the affected Christian community. Concerns have been voiced regarding the need for a thorough investigation to identify the culprits and hold them accountable for their actions.

Members of the Christian community, as well as advocates for minority rights, have emphasized the importance of justice in this case. They argue that a judicial commission could play a vital role in uncovering the truth, ensuring accountability, and providing a sense of closure to the affected individuals and families.

While the government’s decision has cast a shadow of uncertainty over the pursuit of justice in the Jaranwala incident, it remains to be seen whether alternative avenues will be explored to address the concerns of the Christian community and uphold the principles of justice and equality. The Lahore High Court’s role in addressing this matter will be closely watched, as the affected parties and advocates continue to seek answers and redress for the tragic events that unfolded in Jaranwala