Judicial remand of blasphemer Ashraf Jalali extended for 14 days when he appeared before the court yesterday.
The court ordered police to reproduce the blasphemer cleric Ashraf Jalali on August 18.
Judicial remand of blasphemer Ashraf Jalali extended
However, those who vows support for Bibi Fatima Zahra (AS) had gathered outside the Model Town Courts after they learnt supporters of the blasphemer Ashraf Jalali had gathered there.
Both sides raise slogans.
Keeping in view, highly charged atmosphere, police had not produced the blasphemer cleric in the court.
Earlier, a judicial magistrate at Model Town Courts on Tuesday on July 21, 2020 sent Tehreek-e-Labbaik chief Dr Asif Ashraf Jalali on judicial remand.
Police booked him in a case relating to hate speech and objectionable remarks against Ahle Bayt (AS), the family members of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
The Samanabad police had registered an FIR against the cleric on June 18 under Sections 295-A (acts intended to outrage religious feeling) and 298-A (use of derogatory remarks in respect of holy personages) of the Pakistan Penal Code, and Section 13/16 of the Maintenance of Public Order ordinance.
Police arrested Ashraf Jalali for blasphemous remarks against Bibi Fatima Zahra, the beloved daughter of Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH).
The entire Pakistani nation mainly parliament, Sunni and Shia Islamic scholars and ordinary people had condemned the blasphemer Ashraf Asif Jalali.
Many people approached police and lodged cases against the blasphemer cleric.
However, some clerics had repeatedly urged Ashraf Jalali to apologise publicly and repent. But, his stubbornness on blasphemous remarks angered the entire nation.