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Sindh House attack case: Two PTI MNAs arrested from IHC

ISLAMABAD: As many as two Member National Assembly of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf were arrested from the premises of the Islamabad High Court after cancelation of their interim bail in the Sindh House attack case on Monday.

Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri annulled the bail of MNAs – Faheem Khan and Ataullah Niazi. The PTI MNAs along with a number of PTI workers were arrested by Islamabad police as they broke the gate of the Sindh House.

The arrested MNAs and PTI workers were taken to the Secretariat police station. Heavy contingents of law enforcement agencies were called to the scene. The law and order situation was brought under control after the timely action of Islamabad police who cleared the Sindh House premises from the protestors.

The protest started off peacefully at the beginning, it soon took a violent turn as demonstrators broke the gate open and stormed inside the Sindh House. A number of PTI workers came there to demonstrate outside the lodges. They chanted slogans against the PTI disgruntled MNAs and Opposition.

A Pakistan Peoples Party member of National Assembly lodged an FIR against the two Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf MNAs and 80 PTI activists for storming into the Sindh House in Islamabad, Bol news reported on Saturday.

The FIR had been lodged at the Secretariat police station, which reads that the two PTI MNAs stormed into the Sindh House by dismantling its gate No 2. The PTI workers caught security guards from their collars, it adds.

The PPP MNA said several MNAs were residing at the Sindh House along their families. He said Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Advisor to Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill threatened the opposition and the federal ministers incited PTI workers to violence against them.

Courtesy Bol News

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