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Islamabad courtroom sends Shahbaz Gill on judicial remand

Shahbaz Gill
Rejecting Islamabad police’s plea for an extension within the bodily remand of PTI chief Shahbaz Gill, who’s social gathering chair Imran Khan’s chief of employees, a district and classes courtroom Wednesday despatched him to jail on judicial remand.

Judicial Justice of the Peace Aman Malik heard the plea looking for a seven-day remand extension in a sedition case. Other than that, the police additionally requested the courtroom to grant judicial remand of the PTI chief in an arms restoration case.

Gill was arrested on August 9 in Islamabad after a sedition case was filed towards him for inciting mutiny throughout the Pakistan Military. He has since been back-and-forth in police custody and on the PIMS hospital.

He was already going through sedition fees, however the Islamabad police — a day earlier — additionally registered a case towards the PTI chief over possession of an unlawful weapon.

He was booked within the case after police raided the incarcerated PTI chief’s room in Parliament Lodges late Monday — the place they recovered weapons, a satellite tv for pc cellphone, and overseas foreign money.

The prosecution sought an extension within the remand, which was strongly opposed by PTI’s legal professionals. After listening to the arguments, the courtroom reserved its verdict and introduced it just a few moments later.

The courtroom despatched the PTI chief on judicial remand within the sedition in addition to the arms restoration case.

The PTI has repeatedly demanded that the social gathering chief be launched on bail, alleging that he’s going through humiliation, torture and sexual abuse in police custody.

Gill, throughout the raid at his Parliament Lodge’s residence, additionally informed journalists that he had been sexually assaulted.

The social gathering chief additionally asserted that he was denied therapy for bronchial asthma; nevertheless, the federal authorities and police have refuted the allegations.

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has additionally demanded a direct, impartial, and clear investigation into the alleged torture of Gill in police custody.