Slogan-mongering case: Karachi court adjourns hearing till November 13

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

10th Nov, 2020. 11:28 am
Captain (R) Safdar

A Karachi Court on Tuesday adjourned the Slogan-mongering case against the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz leader Captain Retired Safdar and his wife Maryam Nawaz until November 13.

According to the details, the court will decide whether to accept or reject the charge sheet submitted by the police in the case at the next hearing.

On the other hand,  the investigation officer filed the challan declaring the FIR against Maryam and her husband over allegedly violating the sanctity of Mazar-e-Quaid as “fake”.

He concluded that neither the complainant, Waqas Khan, joined the investigation nor the veracity of his claims could be established.

According to the FIR, Muhammad Safdar Awan, his wife Maryam Nawaz along with their cohorts, violated the sanctity of the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah by creating a ruckus inside and chanted fiery slogans. They also intimidated people.

Let it be known that Sindh Police arrested Senior Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader Captain (R) Safdar for violating the sanctity of the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Sindh Govt denies any role in Safdar’s arrest. Following the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) leader Captain (R) Safdar’s arrest, Pakistan Peoples Party leader Saeed Ghani said that the arrest was not carried out on the instructions of the Sindh government. Sindh government alleged that the federal government forced the provincial police to make the arrest to create rifts in the PDM, which includes PPP and the PML-N on the forefront.

On October 19, the Judicial Magistrate East has approved Captain (retd) Safdar’s bail in “violating the sanctity of Mazar-e-Quaid” case and instructed him to submit surety bonds worth Rs 100,000.

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