An anti-terrorism courtroom in Bannu despatched Member of Nationwide Meeting Ali Wazir on remand for eight days on Monday a day after his arrest throughout a conflict between Pashtun Tahaffuz Motion (PTM) staff and military troops in North Waziristan.
After the listening to, the lawmaker was shifted to Peshawar for interrogation by the Counter-Terrorism Division.
A primary data report (FIR) had already been lodged in opposition to the PTM chief, which additionally implicates MNA Mohsin Dawar and seven different people.
The fees within the FIR have been framed beneath 7ATA (Part 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997), Pakistan Penal Code 302 (homicide), 324 (try to homicide), 353 (assault or felony power to discourage public servant from discharge of his responsibility), 120b (felony conspiracy), and 109 (abetment to an offence).
Earlier on Monday, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and Governor Shah Farman visited North Waziristan to carry a gathering with tribal elders in addition to civil and navy officers.
The PTM, in the meantime, has known as a protest in North Waziristan in opposition to yesterday’s incident.