• August 27, 2022
  • Adil Shahzad
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ISLAMABAD: An Islamabad courtroom on Saturday gave the capital’s police the ultimate danger to post statistics referring to the sedition case towards PTI chief Shahbaz Gill together with his lawyers terming the put off “unfortunate”.

The court docket, inside the remaining hearing on Friday, had asked the police to ensure that they present the facts through today, but, the law enforcement agency failed to meet the deadline.

The police, at some point of modern-day hearing, advised the court that the research officer — who’s in Karachi and has the records — could not be reached and his telephone has additionally been switched off.

Unique prosecutor Rizwan Abbas told the court docket that he wanted to look the facts first earlier than he ought to present his arguments.

At this, Gill’s attorneys said that it turned into “extremely unlucky” that the police had been delaying the problem.

In response, extra District and classes judge Tahir Mahmood Supra stated that he turned into giving one “final chance” to the police to give the information through Monday.

The hearing of the case was then adjourned till Monday.

Gill is facing extreme costs after he allegedly incited mutiny within the military even as talking on a personal television channel earlier this month.

He turned into already dealing with sedition prices, but the Islamabad police — earlier this week — additionally registered a case against the PTI chief over possession of an unlawful weapon.

He changed into booked in the case after police raided the incarcerated PTI chief’s room in Parliament accommodations late Monday — in which they recovered weapons, a satellite cellphone, and foreign foreign money.

The PTI, considering the fact that Gill’s arrest, has been time and again alleging that he has been tortured, humiliated, and sexually assaulted in police custody, but, the police and authorities deny all claims.

All through the raid at his Parliament resort’s residence also, Gill informed journalists that he were “sexually assaulted”.

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has demanded an instantaneous, unbiased, and transparent investigation into the alleged torture of Gill in police custody.

Currently, the PTI chief is on judicial remand inside the cases in an effort to cease on September 7.

Adil Shahzad

Hi, I am Law Graduate from Multan Pakistan. I am fond of watching NEWS, reading & writing, because of my interest, I created a NEWS website so that I can update you about the NEWS of the world and I can also my analytical opinion


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