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    Cleric Mufti Abdul Qavi appeared before a sessions court in Multan for the first time in connection with the Qandeel Baloch murder case on Tuesday.

    Mufti Qavi, who is currently on a pre-arrest bail, appeared in the court of District and Sessions Judge Chaudhry Ameer Ahmad Khan.

    Talking to reporters while arriving at the court, Mufti Qavi said that he has presented himself in the court as per orders.

    "We will accept whatever decision the judiciary announces," he said.

    As the hearing started, the cleric's counsel requested the court to adjourn the hearing until tomorrow so that he could prepare his arguments. The judge accepted his request and adjourned the hearing until tomorrow (Wednesday).

    The judge also ordered police to produce Qandeel's brother, Waseem, and her cousin, Haq Nawaz, before the court in the next hearing. Waseem and Nawaz were indicted in Qandeel murder case by a court last year, however, they denied killing her.

    Police had included Mufti Qavi's name as a suspect in the murder case of the social media celebrity on the request of her father, Muhammad Azeem, the complainant in the case, who in a statement before the police suspected the cleric's possible role in her murder.

    Judge Ameer Ahmad Khan last week granted pre-arrest bail to Mufti Qavi shortly after a trial court issued his non-bailable arrest warrants in the Qandeel murder case.

    Judicial Magistrate Muhammad Pervaiz Khan had issued non-bailable warrants for the arrest of Mufti Qavi when the investigation officer informed the court that he was not cooperating with police in investigation.

    The judge expressed had his displeasure over the slow pace of trial by police who claimed that Mufti Qavi’s lack of cooperation was the cause of delay.

    Soon after the non-bailable warrants were issued, the counsel for Mufti Qavi had filed a pre-arrest bail application and the judge granted bail against a surety bond of Rs100,000.


    Model and actress Qandeel Baloch was found strangled to death in her house in Multan's Karimabad area on July 16, 2016. Her father claimed that she was killed by her younger brother, Waseem, in the name of honour.

    Her brother Waseem was arrested by police in Dera Ghazi Khan later that night and confessed to killing her in the name of 'honour'. Accompanied by police at a press conference, Waseem alleged to have drugged and strangled her, saying that she "brought dishonour to the Baloch name" due to her risque videos and statements posted on social media.

    "There are other issues as well... Like the maulvi issue," he said, in an apparent reference to a controversy last year about Qandeel's selfies with Mufti Qavi.

    Qavi's selfies with Qandeel went viral on social media in 2016, causing a nationwide furore, after which the cleric's membership of the Ruet-i-Hilal committee and the National Ulema Mushaikh Council was suspended.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1364391/mu...the-first-time

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    Social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch’s father has said that his daughter was killed for Mufti Abdul Qavi’s vice.

    During hearing at the Mulatan District and Sessions court, Muhammad Azeem alleged that Qandeel Baloch was killed on Mufti Abdul Qavi’s orders, Express News reported.

    The self-proclaimed actress and model Qandeel Baloch was strangled by her own brother Waseem and a cousin in the name of honour in July last year. Waseem had later confessed to his crime before the police and the media.

    The father further alleged that Mufti Abdul Qavi had offered him [Azeem] money to not drop charges against him.

    “I will never forgive Mufti Abdul Qavi and want her [Baloch’s] murderers to be brought to justice,” he said.

    Former member of the moon-sighting committee Mufti Abdul Qavi was arrested last week after a court rejected extension in his pre-arrest bail.

    The police had included Qavi’s name as a suspect in the case at the request of Qandeel’s father, Muhammad Azeem, who in a statement before the police suspected the cleric’s possible role in the murder that took place weeks after Qandeel posted her selfies and videos with Qavi on social media.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1545105...-qavis-orders/

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    MULTAN: The primary suspect in the Qandeel Baloch murder case submitted a petition on Wednesday to request his state-provided lawyer be changed.

    Mohammad Waseem, the primary suspect, was presented in court alongside the other accused, including Haq Nawaz, Zafar, Abdul Basit, and Mufti Abdul Qavi.

    Qandeel Baloch murder case: Multan court adjourns witness testimony hearing till June 12

    On the other hand, the cross-questioning of Aslam Shaheen, another suspect in the Qandeel Baloch murder case, was completed during a hearing.

    The district and sessions judge subsequently adjourned the hearing till June 25.

    Earlier, on June 3, 2019, a request of exemption from appearance had been presented on behalf of the witnesses, including Sub-Inspector (SI) of police Mohammad Saeed, Constable Kashif, and Ayaz. The officers were unable to attend due to special duties.

    Social media celebrity and model Qandeel Baloch was honour-killed on July 15, 2016, in Multan's Muzaffarabad town.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/240846-qan...rovided-lawyer


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