Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill, however Shahbaz Gill refused to go with Islamabad police for PIMS hospital.
An ambulance from PIMS Hospital Islamabad was called to Adiala Jail to take Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill, however Shahbaz Gill refused to go with Islamabad police. On the other hand senior police officers from Rawalpindi also reached at Adiala Jail. Refused.
Sources say that Shahbaz Gill has been shifted to jail hospital for medical examination. Rawalpindi Police and Islamabad Police teams are present in Adiala Jail. However, sources said that PTI leader is likely to be shifted to DHQ Hospital Rawalpindi.
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Jail sources said that Shahbaz Gill initially complained of ill health due to torture. All Heads of departments, MS and other staff of DHQ Hospital were summoned.
Sources said that Punjab government refused to hand over Shahbaz Gill to Islamabad police.
SSP Islamabad met with Adiala Jail administration, along with one DSP, three SHOs and other police staff.
Sources said that the police officer warned the Adiala Jail administration that not handing over the accused would be a violation of court orders and law.
Imran Khan’s directives
Earlier, former Prime Minister Imran Khan had issued orders to the Punjab government regarding Shahbaz Gill and directed that he should be shifted to the hospital.
Imran Khan issued orders to Additional Chief Secretary and IG Prisons.
Reports said that the PTI Chairman ordered to create an emergency and immediately send Shahbaz Gill to a government hospital in Rawalpindi.
Court’s order for medical check-up
Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry issued the written order regarding granting Shahbaz Gill’s physical remind to police.
The court ordered that Shehbaz Gul is given to the custody of the investigating officer for 48 hours for investigation. The investigating officer should conduct a medical examination of the accused Shahbaz Gul immediately after taking the custody.