‘Azadi March’: ATC grants pre-arrest bail to greater than a dozen PTI leaders

(L to R) PTI Central Punjab President Dr Yasmin Rashid, former vitality minister Hammad Azhar, and PTI chief Murad Raas. — On-line/Twitter/AFP/File

LAHORE: In a case associated to the vandalism that befell on Might 25 throughout the PTI’s “Azadi March”, an anti-terrorism courtroom (ATC) Saturday granted interim bail until June 28 to greater than a dozen PTI leaders.

Police had booked 14 PTI leaders within the case pertaining to violence on the Bhatti Gate police station and later added Part 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) to the primary info report (FIR).

The PTI leaders granted pre-arrest bail a number of PTI leaders together with former vitality minister Hammad Azhar, PTI Central Punjab President Dr Yasmin Rashid, Mian Muhammad Aslam Iqbal, Mian Mahmood-ur-Rasheed, Jamshed Iqbal Cheema, Musarrat Cheema, Murad Raas, and Andeeb Abbas.

While granting the interim bail, the courtroom directed the PTI leaders to cooperate within the investigation and requested the police to submit the case’s report within the subsequent listening to.

In a separate case on Friday, the ATC additional prolonged the interim bail pleas of 13 PTI leaders, together with former training minister Shafqat Mahmood, Azhar, and Rashid in a case pertaining to the alleged vandalism and injury of property throughout the celebration’s lengthy march.

The ATC granted bail to the PTI leaders on June 10, which expired on June 17. Throughout yesterday’s listening to, the courtroom additional prolonged the bail until June 28.

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