ATC orders seizure of Imran Khan, Tahirul Qadri’s advantages after no-appears in psychological warfare case
Aamir JamiUpdated July 14, 2017
An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Islamabad on Friday issued orders for the seizure of properties having a place with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) boss Tahirul Qadri after the two more than once neglected to show up in hearings of psychological oppression bodies of evidence enrolled against them.
The ATC likewise issued notification to this impact to the pertinent police headquarters and income sheets.
On February 3, an ATC had issued ceaseless warrants of capture against Khan and Qadri for a situation identified with an assault on a senior cop amid the 2014 dharna which deadened Islamabad.
ATC judge Sohail Ikram had issued the ceaseless capture warrants after police presented a report expressing that the suspects couldn’t be captured regardless of an announcement being issued.
On Sept 1, 2014 amid the sit-ins, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Asmatullah Junejo was whipped by dissidents on Constitution Avenue on his first day at work as SSP Operations of ICT Police.
Secretariat police had enlisted a body of evidence against a few PTI and PAT specialists for their affirmed contribution in vandalism and assaulting SSP Janjejo.
The ATC had issued warrants for Khan and Qadri with bearings to the police to create them under the watchful eye of the court. Police had later told the ATC that the execution of the capture warrants against the two lawmakers couldn’t occur as they were not found at their habitation.
Police likewise presented a report before the ATC, saying that a police party had gone to the habitation of Imran Khan in Bani Gala where a security watch educated them that Khan was not at home and that he didn’t know where he was.
A comparable report was submitted with respect to PAT Chairman Tahirul Qadri.