Case registered against PTI leader Haleem Adil for interfering in the anti-encroachment operation

A case was registered against PTI leader Haleem Adil Sheikh in Karachi for interfering in the government during the anti-encroachment operation, attacking government employees and attempted murder.

The anti-encroachment action against the family farm houses of PTI leader Haleem Adil Sheikh in Karachi has led to litigation.

A case has been registered against 70 people including opposition leader Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh at Memon Goth police station on the complaint of a Korangi resident.

The lawsuit also includes provisions for breach of peace, financial loss and assault on government employees, including attempted murder, interference in government and intimidation. The team faced resistance, protesters pelted government staff with stones and smashed car windows.

In this regard, Sindh Information and Local Government Minister Nasir Hussain Shah said that the operation against encroachments was being carried out on the orders of the Chief Justice. Haleem Adil was shouting that action had been taken against his family.

Officials say more than 500 acres of government land worth billions have been relinquished so far, while the administration says the land was leased for 30 years for poultry farming and agricultural purposes, but the land was being used for commercial purposes. ۔

On the other hand, Haleem Adil Sheikh termed the action of Sindh government as political revenge while PTI leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi has demanded the Chief Justice to take suo motu notice.

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