September 27, 2023
ISLAMABAD—An Anti-Terrorism Court in Islamabad has issued perpetual arrest warrants for journalists Moeed Pirzada (pictured, right) and Sabir Shakir in the case of allegedly inciting rebellion leading to the May 9 incidents.
Both journalists are outside Pakistan and have not appeared before the court. Sabir and Moeed have been declared proclaimed offenders in the case.
Judge Abul Hasnat Zulqarnain of the Anti-Terrorism Court heard the case, registered at the Aabpara Police Station for vandalism and inciting the public to revolt.
The court started the process of declaring the two journalists as proclaimed offenders during the last hearing of the case.
After the hearing, the court ordered Moeed and Sabir be produced in the court.
On May 9 this year, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) detained former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case, leading to violent protests.
Moeed and Sabir are accused of inciting the protesters to revolt.
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