ISLAMABAD: A district and sessions court in Islamabad on Wednesday granted police physical remand of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill for forty-eight hours in an exceeding violation case filed against him.
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Earlier today, the district and sessions court reserved the decision on a review petition filed by the police against the dismissal of its earlier application seeking an extension within the physical remand of Gill.
Additional District and Sessions decide (ADSJ) Zeba Chaudhry declared the decision within the case at 3 pm today.
A day earlier, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered the sessions to listen to the review petition.
Islamabad Advocate General Jahangir Jadoon, on August thirteen, had stirred the IHC seeking its order to declare the decision taken by the district and sessions court null and void whereas extended the physical remand of Shahbaz Gill, who is a close aide of PTI Chairman Imran Khan.
In compliance with the orders of the Islamabad High court (IHC), the district and sessions court took up the review petition filed by the police as police want extension on physical remand on Gill.
At today’s hearing, Gill’s counsels Salman Safdar and Faisal Chaudhry appeared before the court of Additional District and Sessions decide (ADSJ) Zeba Chaudhry.
During proceedings, Special prosecuting attorney Rizwan Abbasi apprised the court that the judicial judge remanded Gill into police custody for 2 days however the investigation officer requested an extension within the remand.
He is aforesaid that the duty judge ought to have thought of all aspects of the matter however he rejected the request.
He asked how did magistrate think about Gill’s statement being final.
Abbasi maintained that a remand of a minimum of ten days is granted in standard cases whereas this is often a case of criminal conspiracy.
He contended that the suspect is lying repeatedly, so more interrogation and a polygraphic test are needed in this matter.
The special prosecuting attorney further added that Gill has already confessed that his driver has one of his mobile phones.
He is aforesaid that The IO wrote within the plea that it isn’t regarding the recovery [of the phone] however different aspects require to be investigated.
Meanwhile, Salman Safdar, the counsel of Shahbaz Gill, aforesaid that it’s necessary to work out why the police need the physical remand of his client within the case.
Salman Safdar argued that the case registered against my client is predicated on malice.
The Lawyer is aforesaid that the counsels were not provided a record of the case.
His counsel argued that It will be seen within the video that Gill place his phone in his pocket when the police took him in custody, and the counsel asked why and when the phone is in police custody are they inquiring about it.
He also aforesaid that the complainant is the judge who filed the case on behalf of the bureaucracy and also the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Army.
Gill’s counsel was of the read that a violation case can’t be filed without the permission of the federal government and pleaded with the court to inquire from the prosecution if the federal government cabinet gave its permission for the case against his client.
Meanwhile, he put the court’s attention on the absence of the complainant within the court. later on, the Magistrate suspended the hearing for a short break.
Gill’s counsel blamed the police for torturing his client and using immoral and inappropriate language throughout the investigation.
The Layer argued that the case is predicated to be on political revenge.
He argued that the police have asked for an extension in physical demand to further torture his client, Gill.
Last week, a court within Islamabad rejected a police request seeking an extension in the physical remand of the
PTI leader. Police argued that the phone is nevertheless to be recovered from Gill.
However, the court rejected the police petition on extension of physical remand and sent him on judicial remand to Adiala Jail.
On August nine, Shehbaz Gill was taken into custody within Islamabad city on violation charges.
Imran Khan’s chief of workers was taken into custody about an FIR registered against him when a troll campaign against establishments. He was detained close to the residence of PTI chief Imran Khan.
Reports in media aforesaid Gill was engaged under numerous sections as well as 505, 120, 120-B, 153, 153-A, 124-A, and 131 of the Pakistan legal code.
Shortly after the decision was declared PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry declared that his party employees will “stand guard” if the court hands over Gill to the police on physical remand.
Accusing the police of subjecting Gill to severe torture, Fawad hoped that the court would not grant the police physical remand of the PTI leader.
He conjointly demanded a judicial inquiry into the alleged torture of Gill in police custody.
Fawad Chaudhry is aforesaid that PTI leaders were barred from meeting Shahbaz Gill in Adiala Jail.
Referring to the recent negative information against the Lasbela helicopter crash on social media, Fawad aforesaid that linking the social media campaign to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PT) is totally false.