Gillani's nephew slapped traffic police,PPP mna daughter detains patient,Police
Warden slapped for teaching law to PM’s nephew
A traffic police official had to pay the price of stopping the nephew of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani from parking his vehicle at a no-parking area.
Warden Shafique found the vehicle (LHZ/5858) parked at the no-parking area on Abdali Road and requested the vehicle owner, Makhdoom Mustafa Kamal Gilani, to move it away. When Mr Gilani did not remove his vehicle, the warden tried to lift it with the help of a lifter.
It infuriated Mr Gilani who ordered his teenaged servant to slap the warden which he complied promptly. Stun as he was, the warden called the police for help.
Later, the Cantonment police asked Mr Gilani to come to the police station along with his servant.
A Cantonment Police Station official said negotiations between both parties were being held in the presence of the SHO.
Skin clinic incident: PPP mna's daughter detains patient and police at her clinic.
Detention drama pre-planned conspiracy, says MNA
- Standing committee chairperson says agencies trying to trap her
- Police get 3-day remand of two persons
ISLAMABAD: Member National Assembly (MNA) and National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice Chairperson Naseem Chaudhry on Wednesday brought the matter of alleged illegal detention of five people in her daughter’s clinic to the knowledge of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Minister for Health Makhdoom Shahabud Din.
She has also filed an application with the SSP office stating that some people, who were trying to trap her under the cover of her daughter, arranged the detention drama and Islamabad police were following the instructions of those people.
Shalimar Police on Wednesday got physical remand of two persons arrested from Skin Clinic located in F-10/2 and being run by Dr Fazila, daughter of Naseem Chaudhry.
According to police, 25-year-old Rizwana, resident of Rawalpindi some weeks ago went to the Skin Clinic on old Fazle Haq Road for treatment. Dr Fazila demanded Rs 8,000 for the treatment and when treatment started she started demanding more money. The patient paid her Rs 60,000, but found no relief from the skin problem.**
**On Tuesday, Rizwana along with her mother Gulzar Begum and another woman went to the Skin Clinic and requested Dr Fazila to pay back Rs 60,000, but she allegedly put them in illegal detention and demanded another Rs 25,000. The women called police control for help. Sub Inspector Shahbaz and ASI Arshad went to rescue the women but the employees of the clinic also locked them in a room. At last SHO Ghulam Baqir himself had to go there along with a team and recovered the five people from illegal detention.
Police also arrested Muhammad Muslim and Ruhulla from the place of incident and registered First Information Report vide No 514 under section 354/342, 506/34, 353/186 and 337 against Dr Fazila. Dr Imran and guards of the clinic.
MNA Naseem Chaudhry told Daily Times that Rizwana belonged to lower middle class and lives in Pindora, Rawalpindi. “She can’t do all that without support of any influential person,” Naseem said adding that when she was at the police station she received two phone calls from unknown persons apparently belonging to some law-enforcement agency.
Naseem said police reached the clinic within no time and immediately registered an FIR against her daughter, which was very strange. She said in FIR the woman alleged that Dr Fazila and guards tried to assault her. “There were 13 female patients present at that time and how a woman can assault another woman, she said. She said Dr Fazila who was adviser to Minister for Health and a well-qualified person could not do anything against the law.
Naeem said she had informed the PM and health minister about the incident and filed an application with SSP Tahir Alam office that the detention drama was a preplanned conspiracy against her. She said some law-enforcement agencies were involved in all that and they were using Islamabad police.
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