- PTI’s top leader Parvez Elahi will be kept in Lahore Camp Jail.
- The decision was taken on the recommendation of the Intelligence Committee.
- They have the ability to instigate people to create law and order situation.
Lahore: The Punjab government on Sunday issued orders to detain former chief minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Chaudhary Parvez Elahi for 30 days under 3 MPOs. news informed of.
The order from the Deputy Commissioner, Lahore, stated that Elahi would be kept in the Lahore Camp Jail, where he was already incarcerated.
The notification states that the decision has been taken following a recommendation made by the Lahore District Intelligence Committee.
According to the documents received by newsThe committee has pointed out that Elahi is a prominent member of PTI and a fiery orator.
They have the ability to instigate people to create law and order situation.
Model Town SP and District Intelligence Committee have reported that Elahi is capable of causing mayhem and disorder, and there is a genuine fear that his supporters may cause damage to life and property.
He has proposed to keep Elahi in custody for 30 days.
Two FIRs – number 22/604 and 22/1822 – have been registered against them at Qila Gujjar Singh police station, while FIR 23/1150 has been registered at Ghalib Market police station.
As per the investigation under these FIRs, it has been proved that Elahi and his accomplices are involved in arson, terrorism and resistance against law enforcement agencies.
The deputy commissioner’s order states that Elahi can approach the Punjab government against the decision.
Despite getting bail on July 11, Elahi is lodged in jail.
A local court in Lahore had ordered the PTI chairman to be released on bail in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) money laundering case against him.
Elahi was initially arrested on June 1 in a corruption case during a crackdown on PTI in the wake of the May 9 protests. Thereafter, he was arrested again several times in different cases, including two money laundering cases.