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ATC Adjourns SSP Torture Case Till Imran, Qadri Arrest

Islamabad (October 17, 2017):  The anti-terrorism court on Tuesday completed recording statements of all witnesses in the SSP torture and PTV attack case and adjourned the case till the arrest of Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri, who have already been declared proclaimed offender in the case.

The ATC heard SSP torture case against Qadri, Imran and others.

Police failed to produce the details of properties of the proclaimed offenders in the case, PTI chief Imran Khan and PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri.

Upon this the court once again ordered authorities to submit details of Imran and Qadri’s properties in Minwali and Lahore, respectively.Police told that court that the properties of the proclaimed offenders would be attached as and when the details were submitted.

The court has completed recording statements of all witnesses in SSP Torture and PTV attack case.

During last hearing, SSP Asmatullah, who was subjected to torture during 2014 sit-in of PTI and PAT, had recorded his statements.

While recording his statement, Junejo had told the court that during the sit-in he had rushed to Red Zone on the instruction of security division.  “I saw some 70 to 80 rioters were moving to PTV,” he said adding that when he had tried to stop them they attack him, leaving him seriously injured.The SSP had told the court that he was first taken taken to Poly Clinic hospital in injured condition and later shifted to PIMS.

Chief Commissioner Islamabad had submitted a report containing details of Imran property.
It added that proclaimed offender Imran Khan had purchased 100 canal land in Islamabad Mohra Noor area while the other PO Tahirul Qadri had no property in Islamabad.The court while stating that after receiving details of properties of the POs from Lahore and Mianwali the properties would be attached.

The court adjourned further hearing till October 31, 2017.

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