Sheikhupura: A case has been registered against PML-N leader Javed Latif for violating anti-state rhetoric.
According to details, another case has been registered against PML-N MNA Mian Javed Latif. The case has been registered in Saddar police station. The case was registered on the complaint of a government official for violating Karuna SOPs.
The FIR states that Javed Latif had rallied yesterday and violated SOPs. In the case, besides Javed Latif, 8 people including his 2 brothers and a son have been named in the case. 220 unknown persons are also among the nominees.
It may be recalled that Javed Latif was brought home from Interchange in the form of a rally after his release on a court order in a case of anti-state rhetoric yesterday. Javed Latif also addressed the League workers while leading the rally.
Anti-state rhetoric case: PML-N leader granted bail, released
On June 9, the Lahore Sessions Court had granted bail to the PML-N leader in an anti-state rhetoric case and ordered his release on bail in exchange for two sureties of Rs2.2 million. Was given
On Wednesday, the Additional Sessions Judge issued a four-page bail order to Javed Latif, stating that there was no clear allegation of mutiny in the FIR. There is no mention in the report, the plaintiff has lodged an FIR on the basis of a fear, the material based on the revolt against Javed Latif is also not on record.