Islamabad High Court Rejects Appeals Against Saifur Rehman and Toshakhana Cases

The Islamabad High Court has dismissed appeals filed by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani against the sentences in the Saifur Rehman and Toshakhana cases, citing objections regarding incomplete records and illegible copies.

According to sources, objections were raised due to incomplete records and blurred copies of the appeals. In response to the objections, the lawyers representing PTI and Yousaf Raza Gillani opted to withdraw the appeals to address the concerns raised.

It is pertinent to mention that appeals against the sentences were filed in the Islamabad High Court last week. However, due to the aforementioned issues with the records and copies, the court has rejected the appeals.

The decision by the Islamabad High Court marks a setback for PTI and Yousaf Raza Gillani in their legal battle regarding the Saifur Rehman and Toshakhana cases. The rejection of the appeals underscores the importance of thorough documentation and adherence to procedural requirements in legal proceedings. This development highlights the challenges faced by parties involved in navigating the legal system and emphasizes the significance of presenting clear and comprehensive evidence in appellate proceedings.