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Abdul Qadir Patel presents himself for arrest

Abdul Qadir Patel presents himself for arrest

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) pioneer Abdul Qadir Patel introduced himself for capture here at the Boat Basin police headquarters on Tuesday, saying he didn’t escape from the counter terrorism court (ATC).

Patel said that had he fled from the court he would not have come back to present himself to police for capture. “Indeed, even now, nobody brought me here, I came myself,” he included.

Patel’s capture came hours after a hostile to terrorism court turned down an augmentation in the safeguard supplication of the PPP pioneer, who confronts charges of purportedly shielding and requesting the medicinal treatment of terrorists and solidified crooks at the Karachi healing facility of previous government clergyman Dr Asim Hussain.

Police captured Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) pioneers Waseem Akhtar and Rauf Siddiqui, and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) pioneer Anis Qaimkhani from outside the court soon after the judge dismisses the safeguard supplication of the suspects for the situation.

Addressing media in the wake of touching base at the Boat Basin police headquarters, Patel said that he got late for the becoming aware of the case and, when he arrived, he saw that the passageway to the court was shut.

The PPP pioneer said he remained there for quite a while and left when his legal counselor let him know that the ATC had turned down his solicitation for augmentation in safeguard. He included that he exited the ATC thinking about his next stride to secure safeguard expansion.

“I didn’t flee, I simply moved out serenely,” Qadir Patel said, including that he had wanted the procedures of the case the distance from London. “Why might I run then?”

At the point when gotten some information about reaching anybody in his gathering, he said that he had not yet reached anybody, including “Maybe the gathering pioneers additionally didn’t think that its proper to contact a laborer like me”.