Punjab police raided the house of Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) Attaullah Tarar earlier on Saturday after he was failed to appear before an investigation team investigating the incidents on May 25.
Punjab Police Raid:
The PML-N leader’s G3 Johar city residence was raided about the violence that occurred throughout the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) ‘Azadi March’ on May 25th. Failing to seek out the leader at his residence, no other people were taken in custody by the law enforcers.
However, he was not present at his home. During a statement, the police processed that they did not take anyone into custody from Tarar’s house. The police aforesaid they have sent him a notice to return to the police headquarters about an investigation.
In response to a police raid on his Punjab house in Capital Lahore, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) Ataullah Tarar expressed on Saturday that he did not believe Punjab Home Minister Hashim Dogar to be such an easy peasy man.
Following the raid on his Punjab city Lahore home, the PML-N leader took to Twitter and called out Punjab’s Minister for Home and Prisons Hashim Dogar.
He asked what was there to prove by having the police raid his residence and ‘harass’ the people living in my house.
In a tweet, Ata Tarar asked him what he needed to prove by sending Punjab police to his home wherever he had been living for the last fifteen years.
He went on to feature that when a minister would stoop so low however he would run a ministry. He commented that do not go too far whereas defensive of the anti-state narrative.
A court in the capital of Pakistan Fri rejected the police request to increase the physical remand of senior PTI leader Shahbaz Gill within the misdemeanor case.
Gill was earlier given in court after the completion of his two-day remand. The court, however, granted his judicial remand whereas asserting the decision it had reserved earlier throughout the first-morning hearing.
Gill was earlier given in court when the completion of two-day remand during a misdemeanor case. Throughout the hearing, the police requested an extension in Gill’s remand.
However, the investigation officer told the court that the CD of the personal TV channel’s program during which Gill had slammed anti-army remarks had been available, and also the audio proof matched.
On August nine, in the capital of Pakistan (Islamabad) Police took Shahbaz Gill in custody for inciting the general public against state establishments.
Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi had taken action against those concerned within the May twenty-five violence throughout PTI’s long march.
Moreover, 12 SHOs, allegedly concerned with violence against PTI employees throughout the long march, were conjointly earlier changed and transferred. Cases were conjointly registered by the govt. against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders and employees throughout the long march.
After the amendment of leadership in Punjab, the new government started proceedings against the leaders of the previous provincial government, modifying the course of the cases registered against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders and lawmakers.