Maulana Hidayat ur Rehman handed over to police for a three day remand

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The chief of the Gwadar Rights Movement (GRM) Maulana Hidayat Ur Rehman was handed over to the crime branch on a three-day physical remand by the anti-terrorism court. According to the details, Maulana along with other members of GRM was presented before the anti-terrorism court on Monday.

Maulana along with his three other colleagues was presented before Judge for identification on audio and video case in the court of Judicial Magistrate 10. Judge Abdul Sattar Bugti of judicial 10 adjourned the hearing of the case.

The GRM has been protesting for the last three months against illegal fishing, trawling, and unnecessary check posts. Violent clashes have broken out between the members of GRM and the police. Mobile services were also suspended for ten days which paralyzed life in Gwadar.

Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Abdul Quddoos Bizenjo took notice of the unwanted incidents that took place during the clashes between GRM and police.

The leader of GRM, Hussain Wadela was also arrested and was later granted bail by the court. “hundreds of activists and leaders of GRM have been arrested, and several children, old people, women, and men have been injured”, a GRM activist stated while talking to the media. The leader of GRM, Hussain Wadela was also arrested and was later granted bail by the court.

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