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Mansha Bomb Gets Transit Bail From ATC

Islamabad (October 16, 2018): A special anti-terrorism court (ATC) has granted a one-day transit bail to alleged land grabber Mansha Bomb. 

The Islamabad police shifted Mansha amid tight security from the Secretariat Police to the court’s premises. ATC Judge Syed Kausar Abbas Zaidi was hearing the case.

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After he was presented before the judge, the accused man requested the court to wait for his legal counsel. Judge Zaidi accepted the request and took a recess. Personnel of the Islamabad police remained in the courtroom.

Later, the alleged land grabber told the judge that he feared that the police would kill him.

Granting a one-day transit bail to the accused, the court ordered authorities to present Mansha before a court in Lahore on October 17 (tomorrow).

Earlier on October 15, a four-member police team headed by SHO Chung reached Islamabad to take custody of Mansha Bomb who was arrested from Supreme Court’s courtyard by officials of Islamabad’s Secretariat Police Station earlier.

Police officials from Lahore interrogated Mansha Bomb at the Secretariat Police Station. However, Islamabad police have refused to hand over Mansha Bomb to Lahore police without transit remand.

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Sources said that Mansha Bomb will be handed over to Punjab Police in the morning.

Earlier, alleged land grabber, don Mansha was arrested from the Supreme Court premises.

Mansha Bomb was wanted in more than 70 cases of land grabbing in Lahore’s Johar Town, surrendered himself before the court.

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The Supreme Court, last week, had also issued orders to present Mansha Bomb and his sons, in a case in which Mansha Bomb was nominated for occupying the land of overseas Pakistanis.

Talking to media, Mansha Bomb dismissed land grabbing charging, saying “I own the land inherited from my father.”He said he was being victimised and all the cases against him were politically motivated.

Mansha said, “My son contested local bodies elections on PTI ticket, since, I have been implicated in fake cases.”

The Bomb said, “I want to meet the Chief Justice and will wait in the apex court premises till the top judge meets me.”An anti-terrorism had also ordered the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) to block the CNICs of land mafia chief Mansha and his four sons and also reissued non-bailable warrants for them.

On October 4, ATC–IV Judge Abdul Qayyum Khan, who was hearing the case pertaining to the attack on a Lahore Development Authority (LDA) team, had issued orders to present them before the court by issuing arrest warrants for the accused.

The FIR includes charges of attempted murder and the ATA (Anti-Terrorism Act) sections.

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