LAHORE, Punjab Police registered total 165 cases under the charge of copyrights violations during year 2011 in the province, but 149 cases were finally challaned, as 15 cases were cancelled.
According to statistics obtained by PPI, Lahore police registered total 118 cases on violations of copyrights law and submitted challans in 114 cases in respective courts. One case was cancelled, while challans in three other cases were not submitted in courts.
In Sheikhupura, police lodged five cases, of which four were challaned as one was cancelled.
In Nankana Sahib and Sialkot, police registered one each cases under copyrights laws, which were challaned.
Rawalpindi police lodged 11 cases, but challaned only four as seven cases were got cancelled for the reasons best known to the authorities.
Faisalabad police registered four cases, but challaned only two because other two were cancelled.
Jhang and Toba Tek Singh police lodged one each cases that were finally challaned.
Multan was only city, where police registered 14 cases in which challans were submitted in the courts.
Khanewal police lodged two cases, but cancelled one and challaned the other.
Police in Dera Ghazi Khan registered five cases, but submitted challans in four cases, as one was cancelled.
Layyah police registered only one case, which was finally challenged.