ABOTTABAD: A Pakistan Peoples Party-Shaheed Bhutto district president was sent to DI Khan jail on Sunday. The accused was held under Section 3 of the Maintainance of Public Order.
Police said that on January 28, PPP-SB district president Salim Shah along with 25 activists and villagers was protesting against shifting of bus terminal on Shimla Hills Road. They staged a sit-in and blocked Karakoram Highway for four hours and as a result, hundreds of vehicles were stuck in a massive traffic jam. When the situation worsened, police reached the spot and arrested Shah. They lodged an FIR against him but he obtained bail before arrest from the local court.
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However, Shah’s wife Rahila said that the police raided their house in Habibullah Colony on January 29, and arrested Salim Shah again under Section 3 of the MPO.
She also accused the police of torturing her husband.
Meanwhile, the police also registered a criminal case against Shah's wife under Sections 186 and 353 of the PPC for allegedly resisting his arrest and attacking a police constable during the process.
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