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jill moves IGH for pledge in case of rebellion


Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill on Friday filed post-arrest pledge plea in Islamabad High Court (IHC) in case of rebellion against his.

In the petition, Gill stated that “evidence of the torture was found’ and thus IHC should grant post-arrest pledge.

plea claimed that: “August 17 medical board consisting of senior doctors of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) conducted an examination. According to both, medical board of Adiala Jail and PIMS, evidence of the torture was found on in petitioner therefore the court should grant post-arrest pledge.”

In addition, the pledge should provided to the PTI manager until final decision of a business. ” petitioner main of staff officer of former prime minister Imran Khan is added.

Sh.O. Kohsar, city magistrate Ghulam Murtaza and others were made sides in petition.

Subsequently, the court fixed hearing for Monday (September 5) Presided over by IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah.

Read: Can’t ignore accusations of torture on Shahbaz Gill: IHC

Gill was arrested on August 9, after registration of Mutiny Case at Kohsar Police Station of federal capital over his controversial remarks against in military during the program on a private TV channel.

It is pertinent to note that on Tuesday District and Sessions Court of Islamabad rejects PTI leader’s bail plea in sedition case, stating that his testimony was “sufficient for violating harmony and discipline” in pakistani army.

According to the detailed order, Gill’s counsel It was also apologized for offense (armed forces).

The PTI leader had also accepted the transcript of program, according to the prosecutor.

It was alleged that the accused prima facie committed the crime. crime under section 131 that it was not a non-bailable offense and that there was strong evidence on record against his.

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