Peshawar, Oct. 2: The chief justice of the Peshawar High Court has granted bail to five persons, including four women, allegedly arrested from a brothel, with a directive that the woman accused of running the place, should attend a class of religious teachings conducted by a prayer leader of a mosque for a month for reformation through religious teachings.
Chief Justice Dost Mohammad Khan asked the SHO of the Hayatabad police station to submit the report of the prayer leader before the court after a month, reports The Dawn.
Police had raided a house on September 6 after receiving complaints that a brothel was operating at the house and arrested the four women and a man. Police alleged that the arrested man was a client.
The bench said it would try to work for her reformation through religious counselling.