Video Statement from Shah Mahmood Qureshi Regarding May 9 Cases

News Desk2 weeks ago

Under the direction of DSP Javed Asif, a nine-person Lahore Police squad went to Adiala Jail to question the former foreign minister.

To capture Qureshi’s statement, the team—which included specialists from the Punjab Forensic Science Agency—brought contemporary technology. The group also had a polygraph test kit in their luggage.

Lahore Police have been to Adiala Jail three times in order to look into Qureshi.

The investigative team looked into cases that were filed at several police stations, including Shadman, Sarwar Road, Mughalpura, Shahdara, Race Course, Gulberg, and Gujarpura, according to sources who spoke with ARY News.

Prior to this, a Lahore anti-terrorism court (ATC) granted Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the leader of the PTI, a five-day physical remand in eight charges pertaining to the incident on May 9.

Read more: Shah Mehmood Qureshi Appeal Against Cipher Case Conviction put off by Islamabad High Court.

ATC Judge Khalid Arshad granted the physical remand during his hearing on May 9 cases that were filed at various Lahore police stations.

The investigative team was also permitted by the court to question Shah Mahmood Qureshi at Adiala Jail until June 10. Qureshi used a WhatsApp call to make his virtual appearance from Adiala Jail.

The event occurred a few days after the PTI’s founder Imran Khan and former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi were found not guilty in the cipher case by the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

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