Haleem Shaikh case: Malir court orders produce witness on next hearing

KARACHI: The Malir court ordered the prosecution on Saturday to ensure witnesses attend the next hearing in a case against PTI’s Haleem Adil Sheikh.

The Sindh opposition leader appeared for the hearing of the rioting and interference in government official duty cases in Karachi’s Malir court.

The hearing of two separate cases against PTI’s Haleem Adil Sheikh has been adjourned till May 20.

The court ordered the prosecution to ensure witnesses attend the next hearing.

Sheikh was arrested in Darsano Chano on February 16 in the two cases, interference during an anti-encroachment operation in Memon Goth and show of arms at polling station during Malir by-polls.

Talking to media the leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh said that the government of Sindh in dragging the opposition leader in courts because he exposes their corruption.

An anti-terrorism court Karachi had rejected bail plea on March 1. The PTI leader was released on bail by the Sindh High Court on March 26. Haleem Sheikh was indicted in the two cases on April 3.