Thursday , March 16 2017

Waseem Akhtar, Rauf Siddiqui, Anis Qaimkhani arrested from Karachi court

Waseem Akhtar, Rauf Siddiqui, Anis Qaimkhani arrested from Karachi court

KARACHI: Waseem Akhtar and Rauf Siddiqui of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Anis Qaimkhani of Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) have been captured here from a hostile to terrorism court (ATC) after it dismisses their safeguard supplications in Dr Asim case.

Be that as it may, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) pioneer Abdul Qadir Patel, who is additionally a suspect for the situation, professedly figured out how to escape after the hearing in the counter terrorism court (ATC) in Karachi.

In the interim, Home Minister of Sindh, Sohail Anwar Siyal guided law implementation offices to capture Abdul Qadir Patel instantly and present him in the witness of the court on Tuesday.

Previous government clergyman Dr Asim Hussain is confronting charges of abetting terrorists and giving them medicinal treatment at his healing facility. Rauf Siddiqui, Waseem Akhtar, Abdul Qadir Patel and Anis Qaimkhani are additionally suspects for the situation.

Prior, police staff kept the doors driving out of the court premises, with strict security not permitting the MQM and PSP pioneers to leave the building.

Addressing Geo News prior, MQM pioneer Waseem Akhtar asserted that they were unlawfully confined inside the working, with police not notwithstanding permitting their legal advisor to leave the working to record a claim in the Sindh High Court.

“Today is a dim day ever. We are being encircled on the premise of a fake JIT report,” Waseem Akhtar told Geo News by means of phone prior.

“The judge herself conceded today that there are sure things in the JIT report which she is being compelled to acknowledge. There are a considerable measure of work force in regular clothes inside the court. The entryways have been shut and we are not being permitted to clear out. Indeed, even our legal counselor, who needs to go to the Sindh High Court to claim, is not being permitted to leave,” he said.

“I ask for the central equity of Pakistan to consider this joke of the law,” he included.