IHC seeks arguments in Irfan Siddiqui case.


ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad High Court (IHC) Tuesday sought arguments from respondents

till November 14, in a petition of former adviser to prime minister Irfan Siddiqui for quashing an FIR against him under Tenancy Act. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) adopted the stance before IHC bench that about 22 cases had been registered in Islamabad on violation of Tenancy Act, to which the court ordered to present this record on next date of hearing as well. Justice Aamer Farooq, hearing the case asked the police officials that whether the tenancy agreement was signed by Irfan Siddiqui. He remarked that the current investigation officers in police were incapable for job, the government should introduce new blood in the police force to...

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