IHC declines to offer protection to PTI management in all FIRs – Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) on Friday declined to offer a blanket cowl to the management of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) in all of the First Data Experiences (FIRs) registered inside the federal capital.
IHC Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb disposed of the petition filed by PTI’s Normal Secretary Asad Umar and others looking for particulars of all of the circumstances registered towards the management of political celebration with a course to hunt acceptable treatment from the related court docket.
The PTI management filed the petition earlier than the IHC looking for particulars of all of the FIRs registered towards the celebration leaders and in addition sought safety of the court docket in all such circumstances.
In response to the course of the IHC, the DSP (Authorized) Islamabad police has offered a listing of all of the circumstances registered inside the jurisdiction of the Islamabad Capital Territory towards every of the petitioners.
The stated checklist additionally mentions the FIR numbers, the date of registration and the police station the place they’ve been registered.
The court docket made this checklist as part of the report.
“Now that the data sought by the petitioners has been introduced on the report, the petitioners are at liberty to use for bail from the Court docket of competent jurisdiction” noticed the court docket.
“The moment petition stand disposed of within the above phrases”, the court docket declared.
Advocate Babar Awan, counsel for the petitioner, has argued earlier than the court docket that the incumbent regime is implicating the PTI’s management in false and frivolous circumstances.
He requested the court docket to summon particulars of all of the FIRs from the police.
He additional requested the court docket to offer a blanket cowl to the PTI’s management in all of the FIRs.
The court docket was not satisfied on this request, it nonetheless provided to grant protecting bail to the petitioners so as to allow them to use bail earlier than the related court docket.
Revealed in Daybreak, March twenty fifth, 2023