Lahore Police declared PTI leaders including Yasmin Rashid, Shafqat Mahmood innocent
LAHORE: In the Long March vandalism case, the Lahore Police declared PTI leaders including Dr. Yasmin Rashid and Shafqat Mahmood innocent.
According to the details, the hearing of the case of vandalism and damage to government property during the long march was held today in the session court in Lahore. The Lahore police declared the PTI leaders innocent.
Police said that a report in this regard has been submitted to the Anti-Terrorism Court.
13 leaders of Tehreek-e-Insaf withdrew their bail applications in the court, PTI’s lawyer said that the police have declared them innocent in the investigation, so they want to withdraw their bail applications from the court, on which the court also filed a case. Disposed of.
Among the leaders who withdrew the petitions are Hammad Azhar, Yasir Gilani, Yasmin Rashid, Andalib Abbas, Jamshed Cheema, Musrat Jamshed, Ejaz Chaudhry, Nadeem Abbas Bara, Mian Aslam, and Mahmood-ul-Rashid and others.
Cases were registered against PTI leaders in Islampura, Shafiqabad, Shahdara, Gulberg and Bhatigate police stations.
PTI leader Murad Ras said that today the provisions of terrorism have ended on all of us, our focus is on giving relief to the people, whatever we can do for the people of Punjab, it will be seen.