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Another contentious video of PM’s Hassaan Niazi nephew again surfaced

Another contentious video of PM’s Hassaan Niazi nephew again surfaced
January 10, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – Once again Prime Minister Imran Khan’s nephew Hassaan Niazi in hot water as his contentious another video has been surfaced Friday. In the video, Hassaan Niazi can be clearly seen abusing and giving threats to a person after a minor collision of their vehicles. The incident took place when a man rammed into the car of Hassaan from behind when they both were entering in a private club in Lahore. After minor collision, the PM’s nephew took the car keys of the person and also kept slamming his vehicle while abusing and threatening him. After talking with the 92 News, Hassaan Niazi said that millions of vehicles collided every day if one blow hit, this is not called as violence. He also maintained that the matter was resolved after paying the losses. “My car was hit. I got punched. I called the security. I filed the complaint. And media bashing me even after issue has been resolved. First they played news then decided to take my version,” he tweeted. Earlier, an anti –terrorism court again granted interim bail to Imran Khan’s nephew Barrister Hassan Niazi till January 6 in the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) attack case after cancelling it. The court ordered to furnish surety bonds worth Rs100,000. Earlier on Thursday, the court had cancelled his bail for being late. Hearing the plea, the judge remarked: “Why have you reached court despite being a lawyer? The law is equal for everyone.” On December 12, the court had granted interim bail to Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan’s nephew Barrister Hassan Niazi. Hassan Niazi along with his lawyer appeared before the ATC where he was granted pre-arrest bail on the provision of two sureties of Rs0.1 million each. He had been absconding since the PIC attack and the police had conducted several raids to arrest him. Hassaan denied having anything to do with the attack in court. He said he wants to be included in the investigation to prove his innocence but the police are looking to arrest him. He claimed the allegations against him were false. The court summoned records in the case by December 24. A group of more than 200 lawyers, who had an ongoing ‘tussle’ with the doctors of the PIC, had stormed the hospital last week, vandalised property and damaged dozens of vehicles. They also set ablaze a police van during their assault. At least 52 lawyers were arrested after the attack and presented before the court.