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Chairman PTI approaches court to allow talk to sons every Saturday

Chairman PTI approaches court to allow talk to sons every Saturday

Chairman PTI approaches court to allow talk to sons every Saturday

Chairman PTI approaches court to allow talk to sons every Saturday

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  • Chairman PTI wants to talk to his sons, Salman and Qasim.
  • He filed a petition through advocate Shiraz Ahmad Ranjha.
  • The application could not be processed due to the non-availability of the judge.
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Islamabad: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has approached the court to talk to his sons every Saturday, and he has said that it is the right of Chairman PTI to talk to sons Salman and Qasim.

Chairman PTI filed the petition through lawyer Shiraz Ahmad Ranjha, in which he argued that the court ordered him to talk to the sons of Chairman PTI on October 21.

Superintendent Adiala helped to talk to Chairman PTI’s sons on WhatsApp.

In this regard, due to the non-availability of Judge Abual Hasnat Muhammad Zulqarnain of the Special Court of Official Secrets Act, the application could not be processed yet.

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The court directed the Superintendent of Adiala Jail to facilitate the telephonic conversation between the PTI chairman and his sons, under his supervision.

The session was presided over by Judge Abul Hasnat Zulqarnain, with the presence of PTI lawyer Shiraz Ahmad Ranjha and Aleema Khan.

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