MULTAN: Mufti Abdul Qavi on Tuesday showed up before a judicial magistrate following the issuance of non-bailable capture warrants on Thursday against him in the Qandeel Baloch murder case. The minister showed up under the steady gaze of Sessions Judge Chaudhry Ameer Muhammed without a legal counsel.
The court requesting that he show up again on Wednesday with lawful portrayal, after which the hearing was dismissed for the day. Following his appearance under the steady gaze of the court, Qavi told writers that he showed up today, will show up tomorrow and will keep on cooperating with the police and the courts.
Other charged for the situation, Haq Nawaz and Qandeel’s brother Muhammed Waseem were relied upon to be exhibited under the steady gaze of the judge on Tuesday.
Prior, a legal judge in Multan issued capture warrants for Mufti Abdul Qavi after examination officer Noor Akbar asked for the court to do as such in light of the fact that the priest isn’t coordinating with the police.