Mian Tariq’s judicial remand prolonged for 14 days

ISLAMABAD: The district and periods courtroom on Monday prolonged judicial remand of Mian Tariq, the primary suspect who made the purported video of Choose Arshad Malik for 14 days, ARY Information reported.

Tariq was introduced within the courtroom of district and periods choose amid tight safety.

Nevertheless, no officers from the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) or investigation staff appeared earlier than the courtroom at this time.

The courtroom later prolonged the judicial remand of the accused and despatched him to jail for 14 days and ordered to current him once more earlier than the courtroom on September 16.

The plea of bodily remand of the suspect was turned down by the choose and was despatched to jail on judicial remand of 14 days.

Mian Tariq was arrested by the cyber wing of the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) On July 17.

Learn extra: Legal document of suspect behind choose Arshad Malik’s video making

Sources informed ARY Information that the alleged video was recovered from Mian Tariq’s home. He was making an attempt to flee to Dubai however the FIA caught him, added sources.

Earlier, the legislation ministry issued the notification stipulating the elimination of Accountability Courtroom II Choose Arshad Malik from his put up, because the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom had determined to take away him [Arshad Malik].

Addressing a press convention alongside high PML-N management on July 6, Maryam Nawaz had proven reporters a video during which accountability courtroom choose Arshad Malik could be heard saying that there was “no proof of corruption in opposition to the deposed premier” within the Al-Azizia reference.

Choose Arshad Malik, who sentenced former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to jail, had denied Maryam Nawaz’s allegations that the choose was blackmailed into convicting Nawaz with none proof.

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