The three men were arrested in May 2014 after they tore down religious posters in Bhoiwal, a village about 22km southwest of the city of Lahore.
Khalil Ahmed, a fourth accused, was shot and killed in police custody just days after the incident took place.
Ahmadis are a sect that consider themselves Muslim but whose faith is rejected by the Pakistani state. There are around 600,000 Ahmadis in the country and several million around the world.
Ahmadis are a sect that consider themselves Muslim but whose faith is rejected by the Pakistani state.
Since 1984, when the blasphemy laws were amended to include several Ahmadi-specific clauses, more than 250 have been killed, according to data collected by the community.
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