Another case has been registered against Naveed, the accused attacker of Imran Khan, for keeping unlicensed weapons.
An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Tuesday granted another 13-day physical remand of Naveed who is accused of a firing incident at former prime minister Imran Khan at Wazirabad during the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Long March.
Naveed was produced before ATC under tight security and was produced before the court after his 12-day physical remand ended. Deputy District Public Prosecutor Sultan Salahuddin appeared on behalf of the state.
During the hearing, the anti-special court requested for a 13-days more physical remand of Naveed which was accepted. Tight security arrangements were made in the incident.
On the other hand, a new case was registered against accused Naveed Mehar at Wazirabad police station city. According to a media report, police had recovered the weapon that was used in the incident attack on Imran Khan.
The case was registered 22 days after the first case against the accused for possessing illegal weapons after which the number of cases against Naveed increased to two. Separate cases have been registered in the same police station.