FAISALABAD - Additional District and Session judge Muhammad Pervaiz Nawaz Friday granted bail to chairman Move on Pakistan Muhammad Kamran in a case registered by the Kotwali Police over displaying controversial banners.

   The little-known Move on Pakistan party chairman had move an application for bail in the court.

Meanwhile, the Rawalpindi Police took him into custody from the Faisalabad police in a similarly case registered in Rawalpindi against him.

The Move on Pakistan chairman was arrested by the Kotwali police from Islamabad F-6 area over putting up banners in 13 cities across the country earlier this month with its leader urging: “Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif to impose martial law and form a government of technocrats.” Interestingly, the banners sprang up overnight on all major thoroughfares in 13 cities including central locations of Faisalabad city like Chiniot Bazaar, Kutchery Bazaar, Aminpur bazaar, Bashir Nizami square, GTS square and other parts.

However, the ISPR denied any link with the campaign.  The Faisalabad Kotwali Police had lodged an FIR against Mian Kamran from Islamabad.

A similar FIR was registered by the Rawalpindi Civil Lines Police.