IHC orders release of PTI Senator Ejaz Chaudhry, but …

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has issued an order for the release of PTI Senator Ejaz Chaudhry, ruling his detention under the Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) Ordinance as invalid. The decision was made by Justice Miangul Hassan during the hearing of a plea submitted by Chaudhry’s lawyer, Taimur Malik.

Chaudhry, along with several other PTI leaders, was apprehended by Islamabad police two weeks ago under Section 3 of the MPO. However, the court’s order has deemed his detention unlawful, leading to his expected release.

Despite the court’s ruling, Chaudhry’s release will not be immediate due to ongoing investigations implicating him as the prime suspect and instigator in the Jinnah House Attack. Authorities are taking this case seriously, and Chaudhry’s alleged involvement has led to his continued detention.

Recent incidents highlight the notion that obtaining bail does not guarantee freedom unless the detained individuals hold a press conference renouncing politics. This indicates that additional factors beyond legal proceedings are influencing the release of detained individuals.

The developments surrounding PTI Senator Ejaz Chaudhry’s case continue to unfold, with legal and investigative processes at the forefront. The court’s decision to order his release under the MPO raises questions about the validity of his initial detention, while the ongoing investigation into the Jinnah House Attack keeps him in custody as a prime suspect and instigator.


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