Islamabad (Web Desk): Two Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Members of National Assembly (MNAs) were arrested after Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday cancelled their interim bail in Sindh House attack case.
According to details, Complainant Jamal Mandokhail’s counsel Raja Nazeer and the defendants’ lawyer Advocate Faisal Siddique presented their arguments before IHC judge Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangir.
After hearing the arguments of both sides, the court cancelled the pre-arrest bail of the PTI leaders.
Attaullah and Faheem Khan were taken into custody by the police after the court revoked their pre-arrest interim bail.
On March 18, The enraged workers of PTI forcibly entered the building after protesting outside the building after around two dozen PTI MNAs had decided to move to the Sindh House in Islamabad to seek refuge from the then government's wrath.
The agitated workers of the PTI, including MNAs Faheem Khan and Ataullah had participated in the demonstration.
The workers chanted slogans against the PTI MNAs and in favour of the then prime minister Imran Khan’s support.
Following the incident, Attaullah Niazi, Faheem Khan and 12 PTI members were arrested by the Islamabad Police for taking part in the demonstration.