Lahore: The Sessions Court in Lahore has extended the temporary bail period of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mian Javed Latif to April 27 In Japan, he was prosecuted in the case on charges of inciting people to instigate state institutions.
The court also accepted the PML-N leader’s request for an exemption after testing positive for the coronavirus and adjourning the lawsuit.
Earlier, the Lahore High Court (LHC), while hearing Mian Javed Latif’s plea seeking dismissal of case, had stressed that no relief will be given to the person who speaks against Pakistan.
Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan reprimanded Javed Latif and said in his remarks that the PML-N leader should leave Pakistan and take nationality of any other country. The parliamentarians should do self-accountability, he affirmed.
The LHC chief justice said those who will not raise the slogan of Pakistan khappay (long live Pakistan) will be crushed by people like ants. He said no one can dare to give anti-Pakistan statement.
The character Qasim Khan added that personalities come and go, but the system still exists, and the country’s constitution is more important than the individual.