Pakistan, Karachi News : Sindh Rangers challenged the MQM leader Amir Khan release in Sindh High Court on Friday, E Pakistan News Reported.
On August 17, a local Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) released Khan and granted him permission to travel abroad for Hajj.
Today, Deputy Superintendent Rangers (DSR), Muhammad Riaz, filed an application to the SHC, stating that ATC ruling was ‘one-sided’, appealing the SHC to overrule the lower court’s decision.
The MQM leader has remained in Rangers three-month preventive detention after being arrested, along with many other suspects, during the paramilitary troops’ raid on MQM headquarters Nine Zero in March. He was charged with ‘providing shelter’ to criminals and using them for terrorist activities.