Court grants interim bail to Baloch leader Ghazain Marri
Directs the previous self-exiled chief to submit surety bonds price Rs1 million
QUETTA: A district and periods court docket has granted an interim bail to Balochistan’s former residence minister, Ghazain Marri, who was rounded up final week as he landed in Quetta, ending his 18-year-long self-exile.
Ghazain, the son Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri, has been dealing with a number of instances, together with one involving the homicide of a excessive court docket decide.
The Baloch chief arrived within the Balochistan capital from Dubai on Friday forenoon by way of flight quantity PK-G9. As quickly as he stepped on to the Pakistani soil, safety officers took him into custody and shifted to an undisclosed location, presumably for preliminary interrogation.
Ghazain Marri arrested from Quetta airport
On Saturday, Ghazain was remanded in Levies power custody for 5 days in reference to a case lodged towards him in 2004.
Based on sources, a landmine blast in Kohlu’s Mavand tehsil in June 2004 had killed civilians. The banned Balochistan Liberation Military (BLA), which the Baloch chief is accused of facilitating, had claimed accountability for the assault.
Nonetheless, on Monday district and periods court docket decide Rashid Mehmood granted him an interim bail till October 5 towards surety bond of Rs1 million.
Justice Nawaz Marri, senior decide of the BHC, was killed in an assault on January 7, 2000, within the Zarghoon highway space of Quetta. Ghazain, his brother Hyrbayar Marri and others had been nominated within the homicide case.
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