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What is more distressing that that driver & his wife were arrested, her 10 month old child crying outside court, and wife put in jail
 

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What is more distressing that that driver & his wife were arrested, her 10 month old child crying outside court, and wife put in jail
Who the mother f***** giving such a brutal order..... anyone takes the ownership ?????
 

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KIA ISS LIYAY LYA THA PAKISTAN!

Nai chaheyay!

This country and useless "establishment" is a true shame. Pakistan is digging its own hold, this won't end well. The imported regime and the "neutrals" are creating new 1971's in the making if this insanity will continue. We already have large local insurgencies that we keep brushing under the carpet and fail to find genuine solutions for in the first place.
 

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  • Police said Izhar’s wife and brother-in-law attacked personnel and tore their uniform.
  • Case has been filed against duo at Aabpara Police Station for creating hurdles in official work.
  • PTI Chairperson Imran Khan strongly condemns raid on Izhar’s residence and terms his wife’s arrest “fascist illegal abduction”.
ISLAMABAD: Police on Thursday took the wife of Shahbaz Gill’s driver in custody after they raided the latter's residence to recover the PTI leader’s mobile phone for investigation in the sedition case being pursued against him.

According to the Islamabad Police, when they raided Gill’s assistant Izhar's home he had fled, however, they took his wife and a relative into custody.

“The raid was conducted to recover Shahbaz Gill’s mobile phone as he told police that he gave his device to the driver during arrest on Tuesday,” the police said, adding that Izhar’s wife and brother-in-law attacked the personnel of law enforcement agency and tore their uniform.

A case has been filed against the duo at the Aabpara Police Station for creating hurdles in official work.

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The development came a day after a court approved two-day physical remand of Gill. The PTI leader was arrested over his anti-state remarks in a case filed on the state’s behalf.

He would be presented before the court on Friday. The police had sought a 14-day remand, pleading that they have to recover his mobile phone and investigate him further.

Imran calls arrest ‘fascist illegal abductions’​

Meanwhile, PTI Chairperson Imran Khan strongly condemned the raid on Izhar’s residence and termed his wife’s arrest “fascist illegal abductions”.

“I want to ask our legal community are there no fundamental rights anymore?”


The PTI chair said that the "imported government of the cabal of crooks" brought through foreign backed regime change is using fear and terror in the media and among people to gain acceptance after being routed in the Punjab elections.

“But all they are succeeding in doing is further destabilising the country. The only solution is fair and free elections.”
What the f**k is going on. Even banana republic cant let this happen ...


Where is establishment and judiciary ???
 

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Option of Shahbaz Gill’s court martial under consideration​

Defence authorities are discussing the option seriously in view of what Shahbaz Gill had uttered few days back, says sources​


By Ansar Abbasi
August 12, 2022



PTI leader Dr Shahbaz Gill addressing a press conference in Lahore, on October 30, 2020. — PID
PTI leader Dr Shahbaz Gill addressing a press conference in Lahore, on October 30, 2020. — PID
ISLAMABAD: Defence authorities are considering approaching the government with the request to hand over the custody of Shahbaz Gill to the military establishment for court martial.

Informed sources said the defence authorities are discussing the option seriously in view of what Shahbaz Gill had uttered a few days back. Inciting mutiny in the military is an extremely serious offence and it is being considered in the defence circles that the accused of such a serious crime should be tried by the military court under the Army Act.
These sources said that if the defence authorities reach this decision, they would approach the government through the Defence Ministry seeking the custody of Shahbaz Gill for court martial proceedings. The final decision will be taken by the civilian government.

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Trial of civilians under the Army Act has always generated controversies and raised the question whether a civilian could be tried by a military court. According to a legal mind, the Section 2(1)(d) of the Army Act provides for trial of civilians in such cases. But senior lawyer on human rights and military matters Col (retd) Inam ur Rahim said that there was nothing in the Army Act to arrest and conduct the trial of any civilian. Only those civilians can be tried who are serving in operational areas only to the extent of violation of a secret act, he said.
During the Ayub Khan’s era following countrywide protest against the dictator, Ayub was apprehensive that a mutiny could take place in the army against him, he got the Army Act amended and inserted Section 2(1)(d) under which any civilian who instigates the ranks against the command and commits any offence under the provision of secret act can be tried by the army.
Col (retd) Inam said that Ayub, however, could not try any civilian during his tenure. During Bhutto’s tenure, a retired Brigadier was arrested for writing letters to the army command. The retired Brigadier, he said, was tried by the military court and sentenced to jail.
The lawyer further explained that during Zia’s tenure, Ahmad Faraz and Farkhanda Bukhari were arrested by the military authorities but the LHC had intervened and released both of them. The high court said the procedure was not adopted.
During Nawaz Sharif’s tenure, Col (retd) Inam said that a constitutional amendment was introduced to allow the army to conduct trial of civilians involved in terrorist activities. The said amendment had a sunset clause, which led to its lapse after four years.
In a recent decision of the LHC in Hasnain Inam vs Federation, he said, it was decided that the military authorities cannot arrest a civilian. In the SC, he said, the attorney general on behalf of the Defence Ministry insisted that still the army could conduct the trial of civilians under the Army Act. On this, the SC observed that the Constitution is superior to the Army Act and the Constitution gives certain guarantees on the issue of fundamental rights of citizens of Pakistan on the issue of arrest and trial. The petition was withdrawn.
Inam, however, said that the son of a retired major general was recently tried by the military court under sedition charges and awarded five-year rigorous imprisonment. The decision has been challenged in the Islamabad High Court. The case is presently pending there.

 

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Option of Shahbaz Gill’s court martial under consideration​

Defence authorities are discussing the option seriously in view of what Shahbaz Gill had uttered few days back, says sources​


By Ansar Abbasi
August 12, 2022



PTI leader Dr Shahbaz Gill addressing a press conference in Lahore, on October 30, 2020. — PID
PTI leader Dr Shahbaz Gill addressing a press conference in Lahore, on October 30, 2020. — PID
ISLAMABAD: Defence authorities are considering approaching the government with the request to hand over the custody of Shahbaz Gill to the military establishment for court martial.

Informed sources said the defence authorities are discussing the option seriously in view of what Shahbaz Gill had uttered a few days back. Inciting mutiny in the military is an extremely serious offence and it is being considered in the defence circles that the accused of such a serious crime should be tried by the military court under the Army Act.
These sources said that if the defence authorities reach this decision, they would approach the government through the Defence Ministry seeking the custody of Shahbaz Gill for court martial proceedings. The final decision will be taken by the civilian government.

Related Stories​


Trial of civilians under the Army Act has always generated controversies and raised the question whether a civilian could be tried by a military court. According to a legal mind, the Section 2(1)(d) of the Army Act provides for trial of civilians in such cases. But senior lawyer on human rights and military matters Col (retd) Inam ur Rahim said that there was nothing in the Army Act to arrest and conduct the trial of any civilian. Only those civilians can be tried who are serving in operational areas only to the extent of violation of a secret act, he said.
During the Ayub Khan’s era following countrywide protest against the dictator, Ayub was apprehensive that a mutiny could take place in the army against him, he got the Army Act amended and inserted Section 2(1)(d) under which any civilian who instigates the ranks against the command and commits any offence under the provision of secret act can be tried by the army.
Col (retd) Inam said that Ayub, however, could not try any civilian during his tenure. During Bhutto’s tenure, a retired Brigadier was arrested for writing letters to the army command. The retired Brigadier, he said, was tried by the military court and sentenced to jail.
The lawyer further explained that during Zia’s tenure, Ahmad Faraz and Farkhanda Bukhari were arrested by the military authorities but the LHC had intervened and released both of them. The high court said the procedure was not adopted.
During Nawaz Sharif’s tenure, Col (retd) Inam said that a constitutional amendment was introduced to allow the army to conduct trial of civilians involved in terrorist activities. The said amendment had a sunset clause, which led to its lapse after four years.
In a recent decision of the LHC in Hasnain Inam vs Federation, he said, it was decided that the military authorities cannot arrest a civilian. In the SC, he said, the attorney general on behalf of the Defence Ministry insisted that still the army could conduct the trial of civilians under the Army Act. On this, the SC observed that the Constitution is superior to the Army Act and the Constitution gives certain guarantees on the issue of fundamental rights of citizens of Pakistan on the issue of arrest and trial. The petition was withdrawn.
Inam, however, said that the son of a retired major general was recently tried by the military court under sedition charges and awarded five-year rigorous imprisonment. The decision has been challenged in the Islamabad High Court. The case is presently pending there.

Source : Thenews.com / Geo / Jang group. I doubt the military will make this mistake.
 

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  • Police said Izhar’s wife and brother-in-law attacked personnel and tore their uniform.
  • Case has been filed against duo at Aabpara Police Station for creating hurdles in official work.
  • PTI Chairperson Imran Khan strongly condemns raid on Izhar’s residence and terms his wife’s arrest “fascist illegal abduction”.
ISLAMABAD: Police on Thursday took the wife of Shahbaz Gill’s driver in custody after they raided the latter's residence to recover the PTI leader’s mobile phone for investigation in the sedition case being pursued against him.

According to the Islamabad Police, when they raided Gill’s assistant Izhar's home he had fled, however, they took his wife and a relative into custody.

“The raid was conducted to recover Shahbaz Gill’s mobile phone as he told police that he gave his device to the driver during arrest on Tuesday,” the police said, adding that Izhar’s wife and brother-in-law attacked the personnel of law enforcement agency and tore their uniform.

A case has been filed against the duo at the Aabpara Police Station for creating hurdles in official work.

Related items​


The development came a day after a court approved two-day physical remand of Gill. The PTI leader was arrested over his anti-state remarks in a case filed on the state’s behalf.

He would be presented before the court on Friday. The police had sought a 14-day remand, pleading that they have to recover his mobile phone and investigate him further.

Imran calls arrest ‘fascist illegal abductions’​

Meanwhile, PTI Chairperson Imran Khan strongly condemned the raid on Izhar’s residence and termed his wife’s arrest “fascist illegal abductions”.

“I want to ask our legal community are there no fundamental rights anymore?”


The PTI chair said that the "imported government of the cabal of crooks" brought through foreign backed regime change is using fear and terror in the media and among people to gain acceptance after being routed in the Punjab elections.

“But all they are succeeding in doing is further destabilising the country. The only solution is fair and free elections.”
bro bivi ka kya kasoor, na uss ka koy taluk iss cheez se
 

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