SSP writes letter to DIG Police dismiss case against Balochistan MPAs
QUETTA- July 01, 2021- SSP Investigation Quetta has written a letter to the DIG Police that due to lack of evidence delete the names of all the opposition members of the Baluchistan Assembly in the Assembly commotion case.
SSP Investigation Quetta Asad Nasir wrote letter to the DIG Quetta Athar Akram, that members of the provincial assembly were referred during the investigation in the Assembly commotion case.
He said in the letter that there was a discrepancy in the evidence and therefore the names of all the 17 members of the MPAs should be removed from the FIR under section 169 on the ground of lack of evidence.
Around two weeks have passed since 14 assembly members from Balochistan’s opposition parties were sitting atn Quetta’s Bijli Road station. Police are not arresting the MPAs while opposition members are not ready to leave the police station.
A case was registered against 17 members of the Assembly belonging to opposition parties for causing a commotion outside the Assembly on June 18, the Balochistan budget day.
After registration of FIR, they reached Bijli Road police station to court arrest. However, despite the offer of arrest, the police did not arrest them.
The Opposition members also held a condolence reference in memory of Late Senator Usman Kakar at Bijli Road police station.
Balochistan Assembly Leader of Opposition Malik Sikandar Advocate said that they did not received notification of withdrawal of FIR against opposition members.
Talking to media in Quetta, Balochistan Assembly Leader of Opposition Malik Sikandar Advocate has reacted to the statement of Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal.
“You say in the media that the case against the opposition has been withdrawn. Our demand is to arrest us or withdraw the FIR,” he said.
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