SHC summons details on VIPs’ security

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday directed special branch to submit details that how many key figures are being provided security.

SHC bench, while hearing Nabeel Gabool’s petition seeking Rangers security, directed the special branch of Sindh police to submit details and tell the court that how many people are enjoying security. The court directed them to submit a report within two weeks.

Former Member National Assembly (MNA) Nabeel Gabool had filed a petition in the Sindh High Court (SHC) seeking Rangers security on the plea that he is facing life threats.

Gabool named interior ministry, IG Sindh police and others as respondents. He filed a petition through his lawyer Javed Mir and pleaded the court that he was elected as Pakistan Peoples’ Party MNA for several times and after he left his old party he received no threats but after resigning as MQM’s legislator he has been receiving life threats.

The petitioner pleaded the court that he was attacked several times before and now provincial government has withdrawn his police security. After withdrawal of the security the concerns over his life have been increased even more. He requested the court to give him Rangers’ security.

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