Islamabad court on Friday ordered the capital police to present the record in PTI leader Shahbaz Gill’s sedition case before the court on Saturday.
Shahbaz Gill was arrested on charges of sedition and inciting mutiny in the army. He had approached the sessions court in Islamabad on Thursday for post-arrest bail till the disposal of the case.
Additional Districts and Sessions Judge Tahir Abbas Supra asked about the investigation officer, as the sessions court took up his plea for bail, and inquired if the officer did not get the court notice for appearing.
A sub-inspector of the capital police team told the that the officer was in Karachi and would leave for Islamabad. “It would take some time to reach the court.” The judge responded that the officer must appear within a couple of hours. The judge warned that a senior superintendent of police and Islamabad inspector general will be summoned if the record was not produced within the given time.
Shahbaz Gill’s brother, Yaseen Gill filed a complaint against Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Zeba Chaudhry on Thursday for remanding him in police custody.
He lodged the complaint with the chief justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) and a member of the court’s inspection team.