ISLAMABAD: On the direction of court, a medical examination of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill was conducted from a three-member medical board which found him healthy and physically fit.

In its official twitter account, the capital police said: “According to the doctors’ report, there is no sign of violence on the body of the accused.” As seen in the photographs, the accused is completely healthy and physically fit, it added.

During the investigation, the rights of the accused were fully taken care of. The police conducted the investigation according to the law when the accused was on physical remand and there was no torture on him.

“A false propaganda is being made on social media regarding torture on the accused. The investigation is being conducted taking into account all circumstances and evidence.” The investigation will be conducted on merit in the light of evidence, the police said, adding the police records are for the court’s assistance and cannot be shared with the public.

Efforts are on to arrest the absconding accused, and if the accused is innocent and there is no material in the phone, they should cooperate with the police, it said.

Police will engaged all those attached with the case in the investigation. The details of the investigation are part of police file and should be produced before the court.

“Numerous revelations have come out during the investigation,” it added.

Published in Dawn, August 13th, 2022

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