Anti Terrorism court grants interim bail to Hassaan Niazi

Muneer Ahmed Bajwa Reporter

20th Dec, 2019. 12:06 pm
Anti Terrorism Court

Anti Terrorism court granted interim bail to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s nephew Hassaan Niazi in Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) case.

According to details, Anti Terrorism court granted bail to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s nephew Hassaan Niazi in PIC attack case.

Hassan Niazi appeared with his lawyer for interim bail. Hassan Niazi named in PIC’s outbreak and vehicle fire case.

Earlier,  ATC court granted bail to 17 lawyers in PIC attack case after hearing the arguments of all the parties.

However, Seven lawyers arrested in the case declared clear after they examined by the Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA).

A forensic report was prepared by the PFSA which examined the seven lawyers who were detained by the Punjab Police.

The report clearly stated that the accused lawyers have nothing to do with the PIC incident.

It was stated that the police should apprehend those who were actually involved in the matter.

All of them found innocent stating they did not take part in clash nor did enter the premises of PIC.

PIC attack Case History:

Decemeber 11 marked as on of the darkest days in history when lawyers lashed PIC, as a result seven heart patients died due to chaos.

Paramedical staff ran for safety while leaving them unattended at the ICU as scores of people donning black suits, wearing neckties stormed the province’s largest cardiac facility.

Police registered two cases on a range of charges, including terrorism and murder, against more than 250 lawyers who ran riot.

Saqib Shafi Sheikh filed first FIR on behalf of the PIC with Shadman police station, he nominated 21 lawyers including Lahore Bar Association (LBA) General Secretary Malik Maqsood Khokhar, Vice President Ijaz Basra and LBA presidential hopeful Rana Intiza.

The case registered under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) Sections 322, 452, 353,186, 354, 148, 337-H (2), 395 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

Later in the day, at least 52 lawyers detained during rioting .

Prime Minister Imran Khan has already ordered an inquiry.


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