Asad Kharal sent to jail on 14-day judicial remand
KARACHI: A nearby court in Sukkur on Saturday sent Asad Kharal, charged frontman for Sindh government on a 14-day legal remand.
He was captured from Shikarpur Road amid snap checking by the Rangers on Thursday, Geo News reported.
As per the report, he has been blamed for owning unlawful weapons and meddling in government issues.
In the interim, Sindh Interior Minister Suhail Anwar Siyal separated himself from Kharal. “I or my family have no connection to Asad Kharal,” he said.
Prior he got away Rangers authority after a horde of his supporters helped him escape.
Asad Kharal, a generally no one has been standing out as truly newsworthy for as long as one week. He was captured a week ago by the Rangers in a strike close Hyderabad, days after he got away from their care—helped by a crowd of his supporters.
In the following few days one saw the Sindh government spring to activity. The Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah in a meeting with Corps Commander Karachi Lieutenant General Naveed Mukhtar on Friday communicated disappointment over the Rangers surpassing forces in Sindh. The two-hour long meeting held in the CM House examined the Larkana occurrence, Rangers stay in Sindh and capture of Asad Kharal in subtle element, sources told Geo News.