‘Controversial Tweets’: Swati’s interim bail extended till June 11

ISLAMABAD: The Special Judge Central Court on Friday extended until June 11, the interim bail of former federal minister Azam Swati in Controversial Tweets Case.

Counsels for Swati – Advocate Ali Sohail Khan and Advocate Murtaza Turi appeared on behalf of the PTI leader.

The bail plea of Azam Swati, however, could not be heard as Special Judge Central Court Humayun Dilawar was on leave.

Later, Azam Swati’s interim bail was extended until June 11.

In his brief interaction with media persons at the Judicial Complex, Swati emphasised the supremacy of the constitution and law, stating that the country would not function properly unless judges and generals ensure adherence to the legal framework.

Swati emphasised the importance of adherence to the constitution and law by every institution and individual for the nation’s progress and stability.

He alleged that the Feb 8 polls were rigged and criticised the members of the assemblies elected on the basis of Form-47, suggesting that they should vacate their seats in line with moral values and ethics.

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