Mansha 'Bomb' Arrested From SC Following His Surrender - Insight Trending
Mansha 'Bomb' Arrested From SC Following His Surrender
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Suspected land grabber Malik Mansha Ali Khokhar, broadly known as Mansha 'Bomb' was captured from the Supreme Court on Monday after he had gone there to "surrender himself". 

Mansha, who is wanted by police in more than 80 criminal cases in Lahore, had spent more than four to five hours in the SC premises with expectations of meeting Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar face to face. 

In a letter to the Supreme Court, Mansha composed that suo motu procedures had been started against him yet he was not able show up before the SC on the date settled as he was ignorant of the said procedures. The letter included that Mansha was inhabiting distinctive location then the one specified on his CNIC. 

Be that as it may, the chief justice did not take the issue up and did not meet Mansha. The speculated land grabber's capture was made by authorities of the Secretariat Police Station. 

In his letter, Mansha had said that he had gotten some answers concerning the procedures through the media, including that he was a "well behaved native" who might never consider not showing up the court. 

He included that he dreaded "discrimination" on the hands of the investigative organizations and approached the court for security. 

Prior, while addressing the media upon his landing in the Supreme Court, he said that the Punjab police had included 'Bomb' to his name to defame him. He affirmed that on account of a political ill will, an examination was being completed against him. 

Mansha had told the media that he had escaped the police with the goal that he could show up before CJP, including that he would sit tight for the best judge. 

He added that he had gone to the SC voluntarily so he could surrender himself for capture according to the law. 

"I am a family man and I have not snatched anybody's land," he stated, precluding being part from claiming any land mafia. "I have acquired the properties." 

The presumed land grabber said that PML-N pioneers Shahbaz Sharif and Nawaz Sharif had been out of line to him and that he was a PTI supporter. 

An ATC had before issued capture warrants for Mansha and his three children for a situation enlisted by Johar Town police on charges of assaulting a group of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA). 

As per the FIR, Mansha and his children Faisal, Tariq and Asim, were blamed for assaulting a LDA group amid an enemy of infringement activity in Johar Town zone. 

The speculates neither showed up under the steady gaze of the court nor joined police examination. 

On Oct 4, an exploring officer (IO) told the court that the suspects had gone underground since the Supreme Court requested a crackdown on land grabbers in Johar Town. 

The IO approached the court to issue warrants for the capture of the suspects. The court acknowledged the demand and issued warrants, guiding the police to deliver them on Oct 10.

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