AML chief Sheikh Rashid, upon rejection of bail from local courts, had approached IHC in case of murder plot allegations against Zardari
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday served notices to the events over Awami Muslim League (AML) leader Sheikh Rashid Ahmed’s bail plea within the murder plot allegations case registered towards him within the federal capital.
The AML chief — who’s an best friend of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan — is dealing with costs of levelling allegations against former president Asif Ali Zardari of plotting to kill the previous top-rated, threatening police personnel, and passing “offensive” and “filthy” comments against Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari in more than one cities.
A nearby courtroom had widespread Rashid’s bail inside the case of threatening Murree police, however, his bail pleas in the murder plot allegations case have been rejected by each a judicial Justice of the Peace and a district and periods court docket.
Upon rejection of his bail pleas from nearby courts, Rashid approached the IHC to are looking for his launch on bail through a plea filed on February 10.
He is presently at Adiala Jail on a 14-day judicial remand in the same case.
Today, the courtroom took up the plea and issued notices to the parties for February sixteen, following a quick hearing.
The former minister was initially arrested on February 2 for levelling allegations against Zardari. Just a day later, Muree Police also registered a case against him — at the complaint of investigation officer Ashiq Ali, from the Aabpara police station, Islamabad — for threatening the police personnel.
Later, another case was lodged against Rashid in Karach for using “filthy” language against Bilawal.
According to the FIR, the AML chief used “highly offensive and disgusting” words against party chairman Bilawal during a media talk at the Polyclinic Hospital which led to anarchy among thousands of PPP workers.
Moreover, yet another FIR was lodged in Lasbela under similar charges as in Karachi.