Azam Swati, a senator for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf from Lahore, might be freed today after the Islamabad High Court yesterday granted bail. The daughter of Farah Swati responded.
Details reveal that Azam Swati’s objection petition to the Islamabad High Court has reportedly been withdrawn, according to a private television channel. However, Azam Swati’s bail was approved shortly after this occurrence. In reaction to a private TV program, Farah Swati said, “Today’s news should show some respect and deliver the truth; Justice Amir Farooq compelled my father to remove the letter.”
Today’s reaction from Farah Swati led Story writer Kamran Ali to provide his thoughts “It’s now your responsibility and the responsibility of others because they eventually withdrew the letter, which you also verified. side by side.” Depending on whether or not “coercion” is established.
In response to Farah Khan Swati’s claim, a number of Twitter users pointed out that the letter was withdrawn with Azam Swati’s agreement and that her son Barrister Usman was present in court.
Twitter users received a response from Farah Swati, who claimed that her statement was only judicial reporting and omitted details concerning the letter’s withdrawal.
Farah Swati claims that if a bigger bench had been constituted in response to Justice Amir Farooq’s statement about the establishment of a larger bench with relation to Azam Swati’s letter, Azam Swati would have been held in custody for a longer period of time. Speak the truth because justice is what we’re after. The FIA’s Standard Operating Procedures were not adhered to during the whole October process (SOPs). The first issue is that the abduction shouldn’t have occurred.