CJ to be apprised about unlawful and illegal act by Islamabad police: Mustfa Nawaz Khokhar

Islamabad: Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, Chairman Standing Committee for Human Rights in the Senate, will write a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan requesting him to take notice of illegal and unlawful act committed by Islamabad police and administration and set an example so that no one in future repeats such act.

Addressing a press conference at the media office Islamabad on Saturday evening flanked by chief media coordinator to the Chairman PPP Nazir Hussain Dhoki and Wasif Syed, Senator Khokhar said that a First Information Report (FIE) was registered against him by Islamabad police on the day President Asif Ali Zardari was arrested by NAB in Islamabad.

The said FIR was sealed and he was not informed about this FIR, said he spokesman to the Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

Moreover police neither informed him of the FIR nor provided him the same for four days. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan, Interior Minister Brig. Aijaz or someone at senior position might be involved in this unlawful act. He said that President Zardari’s vehicle came out of Zardari House Islamabad after 5.15 pm whereas the FIR was registered against him at 4.30 pm for resisting President Zardari’s arrest which is totally untrue and based on falsehood.

He said that the Chief Justice has taken a strong stance against false evidence and FIR so he would apprise him of the situation requesting him to take the notice of this illegal act by the Islamabad police and administration and about false and concocted FIR.

Senator Khokhar also said discussion in the country should have been the price hike and an anti-people budget by PTI government but unfortunately the discussion in the media and public is about the arrests of political leadership of PPP. The government wants to shift the focus toward these arrests because it does not want people to know about what hardship this PTI anti-people budget will bring to the people.

Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar concluded by saying that he will also discuss this matter with the members of Human Rights Committee of the Senate and will also take notice of this unlawful act of Islamabad police as Chairman Human Rights Committee of the Senate.