Long March vandalism case | Police acquitted PTI leaders|Breaking

Long March vandalism case | Police acquitted PTI leaders | Breaking News

Lahore:

Tehreek-e-Insaaf leaders withdrew their interim bail applications after the police acquitted them in the Long March vandalism case.“Long March vandalism case | Police acquitted PTI leaders | Breaking News”

According to Express News, applications for interim bails in cases filed against PTI leaders under various provisions in the Anti-Terrorism Court were withdrawn on the basis of acquittal by the police.

Court judge Abhar Gul heard the application. On this occasion, Burhan Muazzam Malik and Mian Tabasim advocates appeared in the court on behalf of the accused.

Long March vandalism case | Police acquitted PTI leaders | Breaking News

Long March vandalism case

The lawyers asked the court to withdraw the bail pleas of Shafqat Mehmood. Dr. Yasmin Rashid, Hammad Azhar, Andalib Abbas. Mian Mahmood Al Rashid, Umair Khan Niazi, Jamshed Cheema, Musrat Jamshed Cheema, Ejaz Chaudhary. Mian Aslam Iqbal, Nadeem Abbas Bara and others. Requested.

During the hearing, the police stated in the court that there is no need to arrest the accused in any case. The investigating officer said that the accused have no role in these cases.

The police removed the provisions of terrorism in the cases registered in Gulberg Police Station, Bhatigate Police Station, Shafiqabad Police Station and Shahdara Police Station and declared them innocent.

Burhan Muazzam Malik Advocate told the court that the police has declared all the leaders of Tehreek-e-Insaaf innocent in 4 cases.

Imposing terrorism provisions on political leaders was a violation of the constitution and democracy. The Terrorism Act was make for terrorists, not political leaders.

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