PTI MPA Amjad Afridi remanded into police custody.

KARACHI -- An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Monday handed over Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPA Amjad Afridi to police on two-day physical remand, media reported.

Afridi along with his two brothers was arrested in Karachi for allegedly possessing a weapon and ballot papers during the vote count in the second phase of local government (LG) elections.

ATC Karachi has also sought a medical report of PTI MPA from the police till January 18.

PTI leader - named Amjad Afridi - was arrested in Karachi on Sunday for 'waving weapon and possessing ballot book'. The police have also shared the video of Amjad Afridi's arrest.

In a statement, the...

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