Courts strong action against Jail Superintendent for not accepting orders regarding Former PM Imran Khan
The Special Court of the Official Secrets Act has issued a notice to the Superintendent of Adiala Jail for not allowing the Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to communicate with his sons.
PTI Chairman's lawyer, Shiraz Ahmed Rangha, filed a petition in which he claimed that despite the court's orders, the Superintendent of Adiala Jail did not facilitate communication between the PTI Chairman's sons and him, and the jail authorities did not implement the court's orders.
The court has been requested to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the Superintendent of Adiala Jail for not complying with the court's orders and to issue a directive for the enforcement of court orders regarding communication with PTI Chairman's sons.
Judge Abu Al-Hasnat of the Official Secrets Act heard the petition of the PTI Chairman and issued a notice to the Superintendent of Adiala Jail, demanding a response by November 8th.