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The two-week ban on meeting prisoners including Imran Khan in Adiala is over

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The two-week ban on meeting prisoners including Imran Khan in Adiala is over

Rawalpindi: The two-week ban on meeting VIP prisoners and common prisoners including founder PTI was lifted in Adiala Jail.

According to Express News, the Rawalpindi Punjab government banned meetings in Adiala Jail on March 12 due to security concerns. Today, meetings have been resumed in Adiala Jail.

Due to the ban on visits, the prisoners could not meet their loved ones for two weeks during Ramadan. The ban on meetings was aimed at ensuring the safety of more than 7,000 prisoners in Adiala Jail, including the founder PTI.

According to Superintendent Adiala Jail, the ban on meetings in Rawalpindi Jail has ended from today. PTI founder, former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, former chief minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi will be able to meet, relatives of all prisoners in Rawalpindi jail will be able to meet as per normal SOPs.

Meanwhile, the series of meetings with the founder PTI started, 11 political leaders of PTI got permission. Those who met Imran Khan include Sher Afzal Marwat, Faisal Javed, Salar Kakar, Ali Bukhari, Khalid Masood, Nadeem Afzal Banti, Advocate Naveed Anjum, Sajda Begum, Siraj Ahmed, Asrar Azhar Tariq.

Chairman PTI Barrister Gohar, Zartaj Gul, Shoaib Shaheen, Umeer Niazi have also reached Adiala Jail.

PTI leader Sher Afzal Marwat along with Senator Faisal Javed reached Adiala Jail to meet PTI founder. Sher Afzal Marwat said that barricades have been erected outside Adiala Jail and we have to walk from a distance. We are approaching the Lahore High Court Pindi Bench regarding the barricades around the jail. will do

He said that obstructing the roads is against the law, erecting obstructions is a violation of Section 341 of the Pakistan Penal Code, I and Umar Ayub have submitted a resolution in the National Assembly against the CPO Rawalpindi and the sub-inspector posted outside the jail. .

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