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Federal Govt challenges PTI founder’s acquittal in SC

Federal Govt challenges PTI founder’s acquittal in SC

Federal Govt challenges PTI founder’s acquittal in SC

Federal Govt challenges PTI founder’s acquittal in SC

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ISLAMABAD:  The federal government has challenged the acquittal of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf(PTI) founder  and Shah Mahmood Qureshi in the cipher case in the Supreme Court.

The appeals were filed in Supreme Court through Ministry of Interior against High Court decision, in which it has been requested that the appeals against the decision of the founder of PTI, Shah Mahmood Qureshi on June 3, be accepted.

In the petition, the Supreme Court has been requested to approve the appeals and annul the decision of acquittal.

In the filed petition, it was said that according to the Official Secrets Act, 1923, no appeal can be made against the decision of the special judge, the founder of PTI, Shah Mahmood Qureshi did not cooperate in the trial court The trial court heard and decided on 65 petitions on behalf of the accused.

It should be remembered that on June 3, the Islamabad High Court acquitted the founder of PTI and Shah Mahmood Qureshi in the cipher case.

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The Islamabad High Court, while pronouncing the verdict in the cipher case, declared the sentence of founder PTI and Shah Mehmood Qureshi null and void.

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