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Significant progress in the investigation of the firing case on Bilal Yasin

Red warrants have been issued for the arrest of the mastermind of the attack in Dubai. Mian Vicky’s arrest is expected soon after fulfilling legal requirements.
Significant progress in the investigation of the firing case on Bilal Yasin


Lahore – Significant progress has been made in the investigation of the firing case on PML-N member Punjab Assembly Bilal Yasin, under which the mastermind of the assassination attempt on Bilal Yasin was arrested in Dubai. Mian Vicky’s arrest is expected soon after the red warrants are issued and legal requirements are met. 

According to private TV Dunya News, significant progress has been made for the arrest of the mastermind of the assassination attempt on PML-N member Punjab Assembly Bilal Yaseen. An action has been initiated to do so.

The Foreign Ministry has sent a red warrant to the Foreign Ministry of Dubai for the arrest of the mastermind of the attack on Bilal Yassin.

It has been reported that legal requirements are being met in Dubai for the arrest of the accused, after which the arrest of Mastermind Mian Vicky is expected soon. It may be recalled that Mian Vicky was declared as the main accused on the statements received from the two shooters arrested from Shahdara and information received from other sources, on which the investigating officer also named Mian Vicky as the main accused.

On the other hand, the local court yesterday granted bail to three accused arrested in the case of an attack on PML-N member Punjab Assembly Bilal Yasin. In District Court, the Judicial Magistrate heard the bail pleas of accused Sajid, Omar, and Fakhr-e-Alam, arrested in the case of assault on

Assemblymember Bilal Yasin. During the hearing, the counsel for the accused asserted that the three were involved in baseless allegations and had nothing to do with the supply of arms. 

Be released on bail The court granted bail to the three accused and ordered them to submit bail bonds of Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 50,000.

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