YouTuber Adil Raja was also named in the FIR registered in Islamabad’s Ramna police station
Islamabad police have registered an FIR against three supporters of PTI ‘UK Chapter’ including Shayan Ali and a YouTuber on charges of terrorism for allegedly threatening judicial officers.
In the complaint lodged by Nasir Iqbal at the Ramna Police Station, it is said that “he obstructed the Honorable Judge in the performance of his duties and harassed him”.
A copy of the FIR was shared by Islamabad-based journalist Aamir Ilyas Rana on social media platform X.
The four accused named in the FIRs include Shayan Ali, Sara Mir Gilgiti, Imran Khalil and Adil Farooq Raja.
The FIR includes sections 186 (obstructing a public servant in the performance of public duties), 353 (assault or use of criminal force to prevent a public servant from performing duty) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of the Pakistan Penal Code. ) Included.
It includes sections 7 (punishment for acts of terrorism), 11W (printing, publishing or disseminating any material to incite hatred or any person convicted of an act of terrorism or any prohibited organization or keeping under supervision ), and 21 (i) of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), 1997, which deals with the protection of judges, also includes giving projection to an organization or terrorist.
The complainant referred to a video of a PTI supporter against Additional District and Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar who sentenced Imran Khan to 3 years imprisonment in the Tosha Khana criminal case.
Humayun Dilawar’s name was among the top trends on X after Imran Khan’s disqualification due to this decision.
Dilawar’s name was among the top trends on X after the verdict, which also led to Khan’s disqualification. His name surfaced on social media after reports that he was going to the UK for human rights training.
Delaware left for England to take part in training probably on the same day he made the decision. The University of Hull, which organized the training, had to clarify that it had no role in the selection of judges from Pakistan following a backlash from many on social media.
It should be noted that after delivering the Tosha Khana case verdict on August 5, Chief Justice Dilawar went to London, England for judicial training on “Human Rights and Rule of Law” on the same day.
He had attended training at the University of Hull in London until August 13, and PTI supporters announced a “warm welcome” to him in London as news of Yarwangi emerged from Pakistan.
Shayan Ali and his family were among those supporters who arrived at the London airport to welcome Judge Humayun Dilawar, but despite waiting there for five hours, they could not meet Judge Humayun Dilawar and they had to be disappointed.
After that, the PTI supporters went to “Hill University” in London, where Judge Humayun Dilawar was supposed to go for judicial training, but even there they could not meet Judge Humayun Dilawar. At Hull University from Delaware, my team was attacked and threatened