Court remands Mufti Qavi into judicial custody for six more days

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Mufti Abdul Qavi arrives for court hearing

MULTAN: A sessions court judge extended on Tuesday Mufti Abdul Qavi’s judicial remand by six more days during the hearing of social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch’s murder case.
Qavi was presented today before the judicial magistrate, a day after his bail application was rejected.
The court has asked the police to submit a charge-sheet in the case on November 13.
Qavi, a suspect in the murder case, informed the police during his physical remand of his ties with the person who drove the murder suspects and the owner of the house where the social media star lived, Geo News reported on November 1.
According to police, Qavi told officials that the owner and driver of the vehicle which brought Qandeel’s murder suspects — her brother Waseem and cousin Haq Nawaz — from DG Khan to Multan and then brought them back is his cousin Abdul Basit.
He was arrested on October 18 after his bail was rejected by the court.
Police have also conducted Qavi’s polygraph test from the Punjab Science and Forensic Agency, Lahore.
Qandeel’s parents blame Qavi for their daughter’s murder, saying he instigated her brother to murder her.

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