Lahore court reserves verdict on plea seeking sedition charges against Rizvi

LAHORE: A periods court docket in Lahore on Saturday reserved the decision on a plea searching for sedition fees in opposition to Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi and others for passing derogatory remarks in opposition to the judiciary, navy forces and different establishments of the state.

Abdullah Malik, the petitioner, said that the station home officer (SHO) Civil Traces police station in Lahore had remained didn’t file a primary data report (FIR) in opposition to Rizvi and different TLP leaders after they incited the folks to violence and staged a mutiny in opposition to the writ of the state, in aftermath of Supreme Courtroom’s acquittal of Aasia Bibi in blasphemy fees.

In the meantime, in its reply to the court docket, Civil Traces police on Saturday instructed the court docket that an FIR was already registered in opposition to TLP chief underneath Sections 291, 290, 186, 353, 427 and 188 of the Pakistan Penal Code in addition to Part 16 of the Upkeep of Public Order.

Upon this, the petitioner’s lawyer insisted that the sedition fees also needs to be included within the FIR.

Extra Classes Decide Rai Mohammad Kharal, after the conclusion of arguments, reserved the decision on the petition.


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