PTI Leader Sadaqat Ali Abbasi reaches home after a month


Sadaqat Ali Abbasi – the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) – finally reached home after a month.

According to the details, a video circulating on social media showed the emotional reunion of PTI Leader Sadaqat Ali Abbasi with family members. He reached home after remaining missing for a month.

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Sadaqat Abbasi had previously been granted bail in the GHQ attack case by a Rawalpindi Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on October 3. He was picked up from outside Parliament Lodges, and the Islamabad High Court (IHC) was now hearing a plea calling for his return. The PTI leader, according to the plea, was abducted by unidentified individuals, and his release was demanded.

The PTI Leader requested his pre-arrest temporary bail when he appeared before the Rawalpindi ATC, nevertheless. The judge granted bail in exchange for a PKR 50,000 surety bond. Abbasi was also told by ATC Judge Malik Ejaz Asif to join the investigation and show up in front of the police when needed. His bail petition hearing was postponed until October 10.

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