Islamabad: Chairman PTI refused to be transferred to Adiala Jail Rawalpindi, judicial remand has been extended, next hearing of cipher case in Islamabad High Court will be held in open court, Shah Mahmood also judicial remand till October 10. Approved.
Chairman PTI refused to be transferred to Adiala Jail Rawal Pindi. Official Secret Act Special Court Judge Abul Hasanat Muhammad Zul Qarnain heard the cipher case in Attock Jail. The hearing was adjourned while ordering the IA to submit the challan at the earliest.
The court extended the judicial remand of Chairman PTI till October 10.
According to the sources, Chairman PTI gave a statement before the court that he does not want to be transferred to Adiala Jail, I have adjusted in Attock Jail. I will ask my lawyers to withdraw the request for Adiala transfer. Meanwhile, the next hearing of the cipher case in Islamabad High Court will be held in open court.
The Islamabad High Court has given its verdict on the plea of Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf for in-camera hearing in the cipher case. The Islamabad High Court has issued a written decision and said that the next hearing of the cipher case in the Islamabad High Court should be held in open court. will The prosecution may apply separately for in-camera hearing if it so wishes. Justice Amir Farooq delivered the reserved decision on the plea of in-camera hearing. On the other hand, Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court Amir Farooq issued a written order approving the request to transfer Imran Khan to Adiala Jail. The notification of transfer to Attock Jail was quashed. The court said that after the suspension of the sentence in the Tosha Khana case, the current status of the petitioner is that of an under-trial prisoner. As the former prime minister, PTI chairman, he is entitled to a better class in jail. The court said in a written order that Imran Khan’s lawyer Imran Khan requested to provide gym equipment in the jail, however, the court cannot issue such instructions. Additionally, Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi was presented in the judicial complex in the cipher case, where the court staff attended him. Later, the court Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s judicial remand has also been extended till October 10.