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Islamabad Court Sentences Police to Two Days of Arrest of Shahbaz Gill of PTI – Pakistan

District and session court in Islamabad on Wednesday granted police two days of physical arrest of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill one day after police arrest. on accusations of rebellion and incitement public against state institutions.

The police were also directed to bring Gill to court on August 12 (Friday), and the investigator was ordered to conduct a medical examination of the PTI leader.

jill, who is Imran Khan’s PTI chief of staff, was arrested from Banigal Chowk on Tuesday is an act that PTI called a “kidnapping.”

AT arrest came in commemoration of Pakistani Electronics and Media Regulatory Authority, which issued show-cause notification Ahri News for the release of Gill’s controversial remarks, which authorities described as “highly hateful and inflammatory” and tantamount to inciting “the armed forces to revolt”.

On Wednesday, Gill was introduced to duty magistrate Umar Bashir by Kosar police, who filed a lawsuit. for his physical detention.

Before the start of the hearings, the police did not let the journalists into the hall, saying that this was the judge’s order.

According to the court decision copy of which the available with Dawn.comthe investigator sought the physical arrest of Gill for 14 days for further investigation”in respect of other persons allegedly involved in commission of a crime”.

The order said that Gill was in custody. also looking for for in recovery of “mobile the phone was allegedly used for commission of offense” for goal of voice through a forensic examination, as well as to verify that “the interrogation given by the accused from head office of in media house which is located in Karachi”.

In addition, the decision stated that the detention had been requested. for “examination of video from media house”.

Gill’s lawyer Faisal Chaudhry argued that there were no grounds for this. for physical arrest of his client, as he was in in police custody for about 24 hours. He also told the court that his client had been tortured and requested a medical examination for Jill.

The court initially reserved its decision on a statement to the police, but later granted them a two-day arrest of head of PTI.

Speaking to media outside Courtroom, Gill, that was nothing in his controversial remarks about caused embarrassment, adding that he was a patriot.

He also claimed he was not trying to provoke anyone. “Officers in the bureaucracy, who they say wrong thing, I talked about them,” he said.

Meanwhile, his lawyer stated that Gill’s clothes were stained. with blood and interrogated where the PTI leader was being held prior to being brought to trial.

case against jill

Interior Minister Rana Sanaulla on Tuesday confirmed that Gill had been arrested by Islamabad police.”in conformity with law” on accusations of rebellion and incitement public against state institutions.

Speech at a press conference in Islamabad, he said that first information report (FIR) has been registered against PTI leader on on behalf of of state.

Sanaulla said the case is registered on a complaint of Justice of the Peace Ghulam Murtaza Chandio in accordance with Article 34 (common intent), 109 (incitement), 120 (concealment design to commit punishable crime with imprisonment), 121 (waging war against state), 124-A (sedition), 131 (sedition or attempt to seduce a soldier, sailor or airman from his duty), 153 (provokes cause riot), 505 (statement, public mischief) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of Criminal Code of Pakistan.

Interior minister claimed that PTI head Imran Khan was working on “narrative” for “creating division in in the military after realizing that he was in a “trap” in foreign funding case and Toshakhana handbook.

“To take the public’s attention out of this, the narrative was shaped in meeting with Imran, he said. “[During the meeting] Fawad Chaudhry and Shahbaz Gill were given responsibility of dissemination of this story.

“BUT private news channel was also involved in this conspiracy, minister said referring to Ahri News. He later tweeted that the “script” was prepared under the direction of Imran and distributed by Gill. on Ahri News.

Sanaulla also claimed that Gill’s comments proved that PTI responsible for negative result social media campaign on last army helicopter crash in Balochistan.

“Them [the PTI’s] social media was behind it […] and now people, who caught, everyone spills.”

He said the case was “serious” warning that whoever is found perpetrators will be arrested regardless of their position.

Gill’s controversial comments

A day ago, Pemra released show-cause notification Ahri News for broadcasting Gill’s comments, which he said were “highly hateful and inflammatory” remarks tantamount to “inciting the armed forces to rebellion”.

Notification gone on say Gill was invited via telephone call for his comments and during his speech with channel, Gill claimed that government tried to provoke the lower and middle of army against PTI, saying that family of such “ordinary” support Imran Khan and his party “which kindles rage in government”.

He had also argued that “strategic media cell” of spread the ruling PML-N false information and fake news create divisions between PTI head Imran Khan and the military.

Gill said that government leaders including Javed Latif, Defense Minister Khawaja Asif and former Speaker of the National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq criticized the army in in past “And they were on government positions now.

“Statement made guest on Ahri News is a violation of Article 19 of Constitution, as well as the laws of Pemra. Airing of such content on your news channel shows or weak editorial control on in content or the licensee deliberately condones in providing its platform to such persons who intend to sow malice and hatred against state institutions for their selfish interests,” said the observer.

“Dr. Gill tried to slander the federal government by claiming to government functionaries lead campaign through social media cell for spreading the anti-army narrative.”

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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