Punjab police transfers Hassan Niazi from Quetta to Lahore – Pakistan
The Punjab police on Sunday transferred PTI’s Hassaan Niazi, the nephew of ex-premier Imran Khan, from Quetta to Lahore in reference to a case registered in opposition to him at Lahore’s Racecourse Police Station.
The primary info report (FIR), a duplicate of which is on the market with Daybreak.com, was registered on the Racecourse police station on March 9 on the grievance of DSP Sabir Ali, who was injured in clashes with PTI employees close to Imran’s residence.
The FIR was registered beneath Sections 109 (abetment), 147 (punishment for rioting). 149 (illegal meeting), 353 (assault or legal power to discourage public servant from discharge of his responsibility), 186 (stopping authorities workers from doing official responsibility), 302 (premeditated homicide), 324 (tried homicide), 188 (disobedience of order duly promulgated by public servant), 427 (mischief inflicting harm to foreign money), 290 (public nuisance) and 291 (continuance of nuisance after injunction to discontinue) of the Pakistan Penal Code alongside Part 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
The loss of life of PTI employee Ali Bilal, often known as Zille Shah, can be talked about within the FIR filed in opposition to the PTI chief and different social gathering leaders, together with Niazi.
Niazi, who’s the PTI’s focal particular person on authorized affairs, was arrested on March 20 — in a case associated to misbehaving with police officers — as he was leaving the Federal Judicial Advanced (FJC) after securing pre-arrest bail in three different instances associated to violence that came about on Feb 28 and March 18 when PTI chief Imran appeared on the advanced.
On March 21, an Islamabad district and classes courtroom granted police two-day bodily remand of Niazi. Upon the expiry of the preliminary remand, Niazi was then sent to jail on 14-day judicial remand.
Nonetheless, Quetta police then registered a primary info report in opposition to Niazi beneath sections 109 (abetment), 147 (rioting), 149 (illegal meeting), 153 (inciting to riot) and 347 (wrongful restraint) of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).
On Friday, a sub-inspector from Quetta’s Airport police station filed an utility earlier than an Islamabad courtroom looking for transitory remand of Niazi to supply him earlier than a choose in Quetta, which was subsequently granted.
A day earlier, a judicial Justice of the Peace in Quetta rejected the police’s request looking for five-day bodily remand of Niazi and granted interim bail to him within the case registered in opposition to him in Balochistan. A civil choose in Islamabad additionally granted post-arrest bail to the chief within the case pertaining to allegedly threatening police officers. Regardless of this, the PTI chief was not launched from jail until late Saturday night.
A judicial Justice of the Peace immediately permitted one-day transit remand of Niazi and gave his custody to investigation officer Syed Adnan Bukhari of the Lahore police.
Earlier, the Balochistan House Division had written a letter to IG Abdul Khalique Shaikh, IG Prisons, and the Superintendent of District Jail Quetta in regards to the Punjab House Division’s request to acquire the custody of Niazi, who was wished by Lahore police in case quantity 388/23 registered on the Racecourse Police Station.
The Balochistan House Division had additionally directed IG Shaikh to offer foolproof safety to Niazi whereas being transported to Lahore.