The Islamabad High Court has banned media coverage of court proceedings
Order in the case related to the recovery of Shahzad Akbar’s brother Murad Akbar
The Islamabad High Court (UrduLight.com) has banned the media from conducting the court proceedings, the court issued an order in the hearing of the application related to the recovery of Murad Akbar, the brother of Shahzad Akbar, that only the written order of the case will work.
Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani heard the request for recovery of Murad Akbar, brother of former adviser on accountability Mirza Shahzad Akbar.
Additional Attorney General, Interior Secretary and IG Islamabad appeared, while banning the media from conducting the court proceedings during the hearing, the court said that only the written order of the case will work.
Earlier on May 31, Islamabad High Court Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani issued a two-page written order for the hearing.
Islamabad High Court Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani issued a two-page order. The order said that the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Interior and DIG Operations said that Rangers, CTD and Police did not pick up Murad Akbar. It has come to light that an organized gang is active in Islamabad. Who is involved in criminal activities by wearing the uniforms of security agencies.
The order added that it is the responsibility of the security agencies to deal with such activities. The court ordered the Interior Secretary, DG Rangers and IG Islamabad to appear in person on Monday (June 5) and asked them to file a separate case against the counterfeiters and submit a copy to the court.
A case has been registered against police officers and rangers
It should be noted that the Shalimar police had registered a case of abduction of former adviser on accountability Mirza Shahzad Akbar’s brother against the police officers and Rangers personnel on the complaint of his son on June 1.
According to the text of the FIR, Mirza Murad Akbar was abducted from his house on May 28, by persons wearing uniforms of the Islamabad Police, Rangers and Anti-Terrorist Squad. The abductors also included people in civilian clothes. People dressed in official and civil clothes continued to harass the employees.