Shehzad Akbar moves IHC seeking removal from no-fly list – Pakistan

Shahzad Akbar, the former prime minister’s internal and responsible adviser, has moved the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday to challenge the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FIA)’s decision to put his name on a “suspension list”.

According to media reports, the FIA ​​deployed Shahbaz Gill, six key members of the former PTI government, the day before. Akbar; Dr. Arsalan Khalid, Director of Digital Media at Imran Khan; Azam Khan, former chief secretary of the former prime minister; Punjab Anti-Corruption Secretary-General Gohar Nafees; And Mohammad Rizwan — on the “stop list”.

People on the “stop list” cannot leave the country.

Akbar has filed a petition with the IHC asking for the withdrawal of the FIA ​​action banning him and others from traveling abroad.

The court confirmed today’s request for a hearing.

In his petition, Akbar may use a copy of it. Serb.comRespondents were assigned to the Department of the Interior, the Director-General of the FIA, and the additional Director-General of the Immigration Service.

In his pleading, he said, “The conduct of the accused who put his or her name on the Do Not Fly List/Suspend List without investigation, complaint or other proceeding is unlawful and unconstitutional, which may be invalidated as it is based on tort.”

He urged the court to declare the FIA’s actions invalid and unconstitutional and to order an investigation into them.

IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah is due to file a petition for the hearing soon.

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