Day 6 of PTI Jail Bharo Tehreek
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Day 6 of PTI Jail Bharo Tehreek



PTI Jail Bharo Tehreek

Day 6 of PTI Jail Bharo Tehreek

Senior leaders in Rawalpindi set the ball in motion, following in the footsteps of Lahore, Peshawar, and Multan.

Top PTI leaders and employees willingly turned themselves into the police at Jail Bharo Tehreek.

  • Key leaders board the jail van, including Qureshi Umar and activists.
  • We deal with fake NAB charges, FIRs, and Imran’s PTIs.
  • According to Sanaullah, “PTI’s court arrest drive intended to foster political instability.”

When the party’s “Jail Bharo Tehreek” (court arrest movement) got underway on Wednesday, Senior Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members. Including Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, and Azam Swati, who willingly turned themselves in to the Lahore police.

RAWALPINDI/LAHORE: The PTI’s “Jail Bharo Tehreek” gained momentum into its Sixth day.

More members of the party and leaders offered to jail in large numbers as a protest against the government’s harassment of the Imran Khan-led opposition.

After Lahore and Peshawar, the party’s chapter in Rawalpindi was established, with Fayyazul Hassan Chohan, Zulfi Bukhari, and Sadaqat Abbasi serving as the catalysts.

Over 160 party activists, including five former MPs. Arrived at the Committee Chowk in the garrison city on their route to prisoner vans.

Sheikh Rasheed, the Awami Muslim League (AML) head, Aamir Kayani. And other officials arrived at the scheduled location to turn themselves in the notice.

Imran Khan, The Party’s Leader

Imran Khan, the party’s leader, called for arrests of senior PTI leaders on Wednesday in response to the ruling coalition’s “assault.” The party’s fundamental rights and the “meltdown” of the economy.

They have added 50 additional workers to the Jail van. 

On Friday, These workers and commanders were subsequently “released” at Mandra Road, nevertheless.

Until late Friday night, according to the police, more than 150 arrests. Several of these people would eventually release. 

They said the leaders would transfer to other prisons after receiving one-month detention orders.

Unlawful Detention.

The PTI also prayed to the Lahore High Court to prevent the authorities from moving the detainees to other locations. They sought the whereabouts of its top leadership and followers who had offered to be arrested two days prior as part of the party’s Jail Bharo Tehreek.

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) through its director general. The Governor of Punjab, through the chief secretary, the home secretary. Inspector General Police (IGP) Punjab, IGP Jail, CCPO Lahore, SP Operations, and other parties named as respondents in the plea.

Fawad also pleaded in his petition that Imran declared a Jail bharo movement nationwide to defend the general population’s rights and the Pakistani Constitution’s clauses.

The movement was based on the incumbent government’s violation of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s 1973 Constitution by failing to announce the elections for the provincial assembly in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.

The PTI leader argued that despite the LHC’s ruling needing to follow, it had already given it to the relevant parties in a separate writ suit to announce the election date.

Court Case Petition

Fawad Chaudhry, a vital leader of the PTI, filed a plea in which the party requested that authorities restrain relevant. Quarters from incorporating the inmates into bogus and manufactured criminal proceedings.

Asad Umar’s wife asked the LHC in a separate appeal to release her husband from the “improper, illegal, and unlawful” custody of the Lahore police by submitting a habeas corpus petition.

Bilal Siddique Kamyana, Malik Mubashar Ahmed Khan, the Central Prison superintendent, Rafia Haider,

Moreover, Articles 4 and 9 of the Constitution listed the Punjab Inspector General of Police (Jail) as a respondent in the petition.

Umar’s wife alleged that the superintendent had denied Umar access to necessities, including food and essential medications. While he was in “illegal and inappropriate custody.”

She claimed to have learned that her husband received an “illegal and unlawful” 30-day detention order from the Lahore DC, despite the police’s refusal to provide any details.

According to the appeal, Umar was held without being accused of anything and not engaging in anti-social actions. 

She requested that the Court revoke the detention order and issue guidelines for his release and court appearance.

The hearing for the petition is scheduled for February 27. (Monday).

The Movement’s objective was to foster “Political Instability.”

Sanaullah has previously stated that the PTI’s campaign of judicial arrests aimed to create political turmoil and an atmosphere of lawlessness across the country.

He added, The miscreants should expose by showing the public evidence of their wrongdoings.

It decided in the conference that it would uphold law and order in the country at any cost, and the “miscreants” would imprison.

Also, detained individuals’ records will preserve and will include information about their activities in their character certificates.

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