Shireen Mazari Of PTI Was Detained Once More After Being Granted Release.
Earlier today, the Islamabad High Court ordered Mazari’s release after deeming her MPO detention unconstitutional.
Shireen Mazari, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), was promptly detained from outside Adiala Jail after being released from custody on the Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) orders on Tuesday evening.
In accordance with the IHC’s directives, Senator Falak Naz was likewise released but later imprisoned again.
Mazari and Naz were both detained during the nationwide riots that broke out following the detention of PTI Chairman Imran Khan on May 9.
“I (together with our attorney) and Senator Falak Naz’s family were waiting outside Adiala Jail to pick up Falak Naz and Ama.
While we were waiting outside the exit they instructed us to wait at, Islamabad Police arrested them from outside the jail. Mazari-Hazir tweeted, “We have no idea where they have been taken.
The PTI’s Official Twitter Account Also Verified The Rearrest.
The detention of Mazari under Section 3 of the Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) was ruled illegal earlier today by Justice Mian Gul Hassan Aurangzeb of the IHC. Who also ordered her release.
On a petition submitted by the daughter of the former human rights minister, the decision was made public.
The petitioner’s attorney, Zainab Janjua, informed the court during. The hearing that the district magistrate had ordered Mazari’s arrest out of concern. She may worsen the law and order situation. She further stated that the previous minister was charged with stirring up PTI employees.
The attorney countered that her client had not yet made a public comment. She noted that call records and CCTV footage might be used to determine the former minister’s whereabouts at home.
Mazari’s age was questioned by the court. The Janjua responded that the PTI leader was 72 years old and also had health difficulties.
The district magistrate-in-waiting, who was also the deputy commissioner. Then showed up in court.
The court was irritated by the DC’s failure to produce the record. So it ordered the official to appear with the documents used to support the detention order.
The Court then Adjourned.
According to News, the high court ruled that the former human rights minister’s detention was unlawful once the hearing resumed.
Senator Naz was detained in accordance with the same law as Mazari. He was also ordered to be released by the bench.