Multan’s court releases PTI, PML-N leaders, workers in ECP quarrel case

A local court in Multan has released all the workers including former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA Malik Amir Dogar who were arrested after a scuffle and stone pelting in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) office.

Judicial Magistrate acquitted all the workers of both the parties while announcing the reserved verdict.

The court also acquitted PML-N’s Sheikh Tariq Rasheed, Malik Anwar, Rana Ishtiaq Ahmed and others from the case.

Talking to the media PTI leader Malik Amir Dogar said that Multan was a strong fortress of Imran Khan.

Dogar said that with his arrest Imran Khan’s jail bharo movement has started, general elections will be held soon and PTI will win with two-third majority.

He said that the houses of PTI workers were raided last night, the sanctity was violated.

Multan police yesterday arrested PTI and PML-N leaders and supporters on the complaint of stone pelting and quarrel at the Election Commission of Pakistan office.