ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a bail application filed by an accused actor of sectarian violence, Johar Hussain. A two-member high court consisting of Judge Mushir Alam and Judge Qazi Muhammad Amin Ahmed heard the case. During the trial process, the court ordered the court to finish the trial as quickly as possible. The court also ordered the Sindh Public Prosecutor to present witnesses at trial. Judge Qazi Amin said the parameters of the guarantee were different in cases of terrorism and drugs. A person’s opinion on the court’s ruling does not interfere, he added. The Attorney General said that the statements of three witnesses including the main witness had been recorded. The defendant’s lawyer said his client’s name was not in the first information report and that his client had been in prison since 2014. The attorney general said the defendant was arrested in an incident, during which he pleaded guilty to assaulting the religious leader. . Judge Qazi Amin said the situation in Karachi was clear to everyone and the court had to decide the case based on ability. Johar Hussain was accused of attacking Sipah-e-Sahaba leader Maulana Aurangzeb Farooqi.