ISLAMABAD: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Islamabad granted post-arrest bail to human rights lawyer, Iman Mazari, in a case related to “interference in state affairs”.
The ATC Judge Abu Al-Hasanat Zul-Qarnain, presided over the hearing and granted bail to human rights lawyer, Iman Mazari – in a sedition case related to the controversial speech against the state institutions – against surety bonds of Rs30,000.
During the proceedings, the court read out the script of a speech given by Iman Mazari at a rally, which was a key point of contention in the case.
Meanwhile, the prosecution opposed it, highlighting that the report of the USB (Universal Serial Bus) containing the speech had not yet been received, and forensic examination of the speech needed to be conducted.
This case has garnered significant attention, and further developments are expected as the investigation continues.
Earlier to this, An anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Islamabad has sent human rights lawyer Imaan Mazari to Adiala Jail on judicial remand after rejecting a plea to extend her physical remand.