Supreme Court Restrains Arrest of Imran Khan in Lawyer’s Murder
The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday said that the order not to arrest Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan in the Abdul Razzaq Shar murder case will remain intact. A three-member special bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial heard the case. The court adjourned the hearing at the request of the complainant’s lawyer Amanullah Kanrani. Supreme Court Restrains.
It may be recalled here that the investigation report against the PTI chairman in the murder case of lawyer Abdul Razzaq Shar was submitted to the Supreme Court Restrains. The investigation report was submitted to the Supreme Court by IG Balochistan, the report said that despite sending several notices, the chairman of PTI has not yet been involved in the investigation.
The report said that during the investigation on June 8, a seven-member Joint Investigation Team (JIT) was formed by the Ministry of Interior, so far eight meetings have been held under the leadership of DIG CTD.
The report said that the statements of the deceased’s wife and two brothers have also been recorded.
According to the case, the deceased Abdul Razzaq Shar was being threatened for filing an Article 6 petition against the PTI chairman. It is to be noted here that the Supreme Court has changed the bench hearing the appeal of PTI Chairman Imran Khan in the lawyer’s murder case. Justice Hasan Azhar Rizvi, Justice Yahya Afridi, and Justice Mazahir Naqvi will be part of the three-member bench. Supreme Court Restrains.