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SC rejects bail plea of suspect in spying case  

SC rejects bail plea of suspect in spying case  

SC rejects bail plea of suspect in spying case  

SC rejects bail plea of suspect in spying case  

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ISLAMABAD:  The Supreme Court (SC) rejected the petition of an accused Muhammad Deen seeking bail in spying case .

A two-member bench consisting of Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar and Justice Ayesha Malik heard the bail application of the alleged espionage suspect Muhammad Deen.

During the hearing, the court said that there is an allegation of money coming from abroad in the account of the accused and the petitioner is a citizen of Afghanistan.

Lawyer told the court that it has not been proved that the petitioner is a resident of Afghanistan.  He added that the accused is a Pakistani while passport and Computerised National Identity Card(CNIC)  have also been attached.

Justice Ayesha Malik inquired that the identity card of the accused has been blocked, to which the lawyer said that the bails of the other two accused involved in the case have been approved by the trial court.

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Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar said that you(lawyer) should file a bail plea in the fresh ground Pretrial Court.

Later, the accused withdrew the petition after judicial observations and the court dismissed the plea on the basis of withdrawal of bail.

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A case was registered against accused Mohammad Deen in Counter Terrorism Department (CTD)  police station last year on charges of espionage.

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