Court rejects bail application of MQM, PSP leaders in Dr Asim case

Court rejects bail application of MQM, PSP leaders in Dr Asim case

KARACHI: PPP’s Abdul Qadir Patel figured out how to dodge capture by getting away from the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Tuesday as safeguard uses of suspects Waseem Akhtar, Anees Qaimkhani, Abdul Qadir Patel and Rauf Siddiqui were rejected.

As indicated by points of interest, a hearing was directed regarding the Dr Asim giving restorative treatment to terrorists and aggressors. The decision on the acceptance of the use of Waseem Akhtar, Anees Qaimkhani, Rauf Siddiqui and Abdul Qadir Patel was reported by the court today and all applications were rejected by the court.

Abdul Qadir Patel figured out how to get away from the court premises as police could close the entryways of the Anti-Terrorism Court.

The exploring officer of the case requested police authorities not to give the associates a chance to out with the premises of the court. He additionally requested watchmen keeping in mind the end goal to capture the suspects.

MQM’s Rauf Siddiqui was baffled with the choice and said:-

“We are lawmakers so would we say we are required to go to imprison? The choice was chosen as of now. This is the most exceedingly terrible case of political exploitation,” he said.

Waseem Akhtar said that he had touched base from London yesterday so as to show up under the watchful eye of the court. He said that today the listening to related to either dismissing or tolerating the safeguard application.

“Police have shut the entryways of the ATC,” said Akhtar. ” One can’t be captured from the court. My legal counselors will go to the high court for my safeguard,” he said.

Waseem Akhtar said that his safeguard had been rejected on the premise of a false and fake JIT. He said that his legal advisors were not being permitted to go to the high court to get his safeguard.

PPP’s Abdul Qadir Patel said that when he touched base at the court, the passage ways to the court were at that point shut. Patel said that he wasn’t permitted to enter the court henceforth he remained outside.

“I will counsel with my legal counselors and after that look for the high court,” he said.

Abdul Qadir Patel said that he remained outside the court for some time subsequent to the police did not give him a chance to enter inside. Just the way to the court’s premises was opened, he said.

A substantial unexpected of police was conveyed at the door of the ATC.