Hassan Niazi was handed over to the military for investigation and trial

Lahore (NNI): Hassan Niazi, the nephew of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, has been handed over to the military for investigation and trial in the Gujranwala University clash and violence case. The police report on this matter has been submitted to the Lahore High Court. A hearing was held at the Lahore High Court to address the request for Hassan Niazi’s recovery. Justice Tanveer Sultan listened to the plea made by Hassan Niazi’s father, Hafizullah Niazi. With the intervention of an additional advocate, the police response was presented in the Lahore High Court.

According to the police report, Hassan Khan Niazi is nominated and included among the main culprits in the Jinnah House attack case. He has been handed over to the military for investigation and trial. The lawyer representing Hassan Niazi’s father argued that the proper legal procedure should have been followed to transfer Hassan Niazi to military custody through the court. He questioned why this unlawful action was taken without involving the court.

This development has caused a stir as it involves a high-profile individual associated with a prominent political party. The decision to involve the military in the investigation and trial process raises legal and procedural questions. The Lahore High Court’s intervention and subsequent inquiries will likely shed light on the legality and motivations behind this decision.

The case highlights the delicate balance between the civilian judicial system and military involvement in legal matters. It also underscores the importance of transparent and lawful procedures in such cases to ensure justice and uphold the rule of law. As the legal proceedings continue, the implications of this incident for Pakistan’s legal and political landscape will become clearer.