Syed Ali Shah:

QUETTA: In a recent court appearance, renowned fashion designer and artist Khadija Shah faced an extension of her remand in police custody for another seven days, as ruled by the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC). The police had requested a 14-day remand, but the ATC judge in Quetta denied the plea, opting for a shorter extension.

Amid tight security, Khadija Shah was presented before the Quetta ATC. Iqbal Shah Advocate, representing Khadija Shah, revealed that the judge emphasized her right to meet with her children during the extended remand period. Additionally, the Pakistan Tehrik Insaf (PTI) has lodged a challenge against the arrest of the acclaimed designer and artist.

FIR Registered Against Khadija Shah On May 9 In Quetta

The legal proceedings stem from an FIR registered at Bijli Road Police Station in Quetta, accusing Khadija Shah of involvement in the May 9th attacks on national installations and the violent protest outside BA Mall Quetta. The charges allege that she incited PTI supporters through WhatsApp messages, encouraging damage to national assets.

Khadija Shah, initially apprehended by Lahore police and subsequently handed over to Quetta police, faces continued legal scrutiny in this high-profile case.

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  1. The current regime has subjected women to unprecedented mistreatment, marking a disturbing departure from historical standards. This treatment underscores their lack of courage and ethical conduct.

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