Pakistan: Court adjourns PTI Senator Azam Khan Swatis bail plea till December 12

Azam Khan Swatis' bail plea for controversial tweets case was postponed until December 12 . Swati remains in Balochistan police detention on a physical remand in one of the cases .

Islamabad (Pakistan), December 9 (AN): Senator Azam Khan Swatis' bail plea for the controversial tweets case was postponed until December 12 by a district and session court in Islamabad.According to The News International, Azam Khan Swati continues to remain in Balochistan police detention on a physical remand in one of the cases he has faced.In two separate cases, Swati faces accusations of using offensive terms against military officers in tweets.Special judge Raja Asif Mehmood said at the hearing that he would soon be transferred to another tribunal and that a different judge would hold a hearing on the plea.

My transfer to another court is scheduled to be announced.According to a The News International lawyer, Azam Khan Swati's lawyer said that several lawsuits have been lodged against him in Pakistan in response to his contentious tweets.However, the Balochistan High Court ruled not to bring any further charges against Swati on October 14.PTI Senator Azam Khan Swati was arrested after he posted a threatening message on his Twitter account against the army chief, judiciary, and other state officials.

FIA has recalled Swati for using offensive words against top military figures, including former Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa.According to the story, Balochistan police arrested PTI Senator for a similar case brought against him in Quetta on December 2.At the time of his detention, he was also on judicial remand in Adiala Prison.In the meantime, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan has condemned Azam Khan Swati's detention.

One wished that the new mly ldrship had been immediately disassociated from the 8 months of Bajwas fascist insurgent attacks against PTI, the media, and critical journalists.Senator Swati, a 74-year-old heart disease patient, must be released immediately, according to an earlier tweet, not only because he has committed no wrongdoing to deserve this mental & physical torture, but also because this violent & vengeful attack is undermined undermining our mly's image, which is crucial to a prosperous Pakistan.

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