IHC restricts govt from ‘harassing’ PTI activists


The Islamabad High Court (IHC) restricted the government on Tuesday from “needlessly harassing” PTI members and issued notices to the Islamabad inspector general of police, chief commissioner and deputy commissioner.

“Make sure that no one is harassed needlessly,” the court said, but held back from issuing what it described as a “general order” that the PTI’s counsel was requesting.

The court’s directive comes hours after police raids at the houses of several PTI leaders and workers, as the party is set to begin its “Azadi On Monday, the PTI had preemptively moved the IHC to res­train the government from creating hurdles in the way of the Azadi March.


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