After the order of Supreme Court, the Punjab police has registered a case against Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz leader Hamza Shehbaz Sharif and six other on the complaints of Ayesha Ahad.

Ayesha Ahamd alleged that she is the wife of former Punjab chief minister's son Hamza Shehbaz Shairf.  Others named in the case include Zulfiqar Cheema, Inspector Ateeq Dogar, former Inspector General Rana Maqbool and Imran Yousuf, according to Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Captain (retd) Amin Wains.

The charges against the accused include violence, robbery, usurpation, vandalism, threats to life and attempted rape.

Earlier on Saturday, Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar had ordered Inspector General of Police Punjab to register a case against those allegedly involved in abusing Ayesha Ahad.

In her plea, Ahad had said that she and her daughter face danger from Hamza Shehbaz , following which the apex court summoned her.

The police official said that the case has been filed under sections 342 (wrongful confinement), 506 (criminal intimidation), 337 (hurt and njuries), 354 (molestation with sexual motive) of the Pakistan Penal Code and sections 149 (rioting armed with deadly weapon) and 511 (attempting to commit punishable offences) of Code of Criminal Procedure. .

CJP asks registration of case against those threatening Hamza Shahbaz’s alleged wife Ahad’s complaint filed in 2011 has also been made part of the FIR.