PTI leader Umar Ayub’s bail denied in May 9 riots case
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PTI leader Umar Ayub’s bail denied in May 9 riots case

The bail plea of ​​Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Umar Ayub in the May 9 riots case has been rejected.

A judge at the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Sargodha rejected Umar Ayub’s bail application for failure to appear in the May 9 arson case.

On the other hand, Umar Ayub’s lawyer told the court that Umar Ayub was outside the court all day, the police did not allow him to enter the court premises, he will challenge the police action before the Lahore High Court.

In Sargodha, PTI members raised noise and walked out of the National Assembly for preventing the opposition leader from appearing in court.

On this occasion, Asad Qaiser stated that he strongly condemned preventing Umar Ayub from entering the court premises and the government used sophisticated tactics.

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