Hafizabad Police have arrested 6 people, including Pir Shaykh Muhammad Hassaan Haseeb custodian of Darbar Eidgah Sharif, Rawalpindi for harassing a Supreme Court judge and his family at Lahore-Islamabad Motorway.
Supreme Court Judge Sardar Tariq Masood was traveling on motorway along with his family from Lahore to Islamabad, on way Shaykh Muhammad Hassaan Haseeb Ur Rehman’s vehicle hit Sardar Tariq Masood’s car and both of them exchanged harsh words. Upon which Mureeds and drivers of Pir Hassaan Haseeb threaten Justice Sardar Tariq Masood.
Later Sardar Tariq Masood complained on 130 help line and left for his destination, few meters ahead when justice Tariq Masood saw a Motorway Patrolling Vehicle, he stopped by them and told them how few men in two vehicles White Color Land Cruiser YH-060 and a Black Car CX-969 coming behind harassed him in front of his family.
As Justice Sardar Tariq Masood was telling them about the incident, Black Car CX-969 reached there, Motorway police stopped them and called nearest police station as well who arrested 4 people in car.
1. Mushtaq Ahmed son of Allah Dad, resident of Sector B-5 Khambal, Mirpur.
2. Mujeeb Ahmed son of Abdul Qayoom resident of Eidgah Sharif, Rawalpindi.
3. Abdul Mateen Abbasi son of Ghulam Qadir Abbasi, resident of Eidgha Shairf, Rawalpindi.
4. Muhammad Jalil son of Muhammad Bashir, resident of Sector B-5 Khambaal, Mirpur.
Later Land Cruiser YH-060 was stopped near Beat No. 9 near Siyaal Moor, N-137 and 2 people were arrested
5. Muhammad Bilal son of Shamas resident of Peshawar.
6. Pir Hassaan Haseeb Ur Rehman custodian of Darbar Eidgah Sharif Rawalpindi.
FIR lodged in Kaleki Mandi Police Station of Hafizabad district in which terrorism charges were added in the FIR. Next day they were brought to Gujranwala Court, where all 6 of them were remanded to Kaleki Mandi Police for 20 days.
When news broke among followers of Pir Hassaan Haseeb Ur Rehman, a large number of their followers arrived at police station to see him. On other side, Big Political Personalities, Ministers and other High Ranked Government Officials have approached both parties for reconciliation.