ISLAMABAD - An Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Islamabad on Thursday rejected the post arrest bail plea of main accused Agha Iftikharuddin, whereas, the co-accused Akbar Ali was awarded bail in the case of threatening a Supreme Court judge Qazi Faez Isa and institution of judiciary through a video that got viral on social media.

The hearing on the bail pleas was conducted by the court of ATC judge Raja Jawad Abbas Hassan. Both the accused are in jail at judicial remand fir hurling threats to the justice.

Co-accused's counsel pleaded that no role was attributed to his client and requested for bail

During the proceedings Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) prosecutor pleaded the court that solid evidence was available with the agency to prosecute the accused and opposed the bail pleas of both accused. The petitioner's counsel pleaded the court that Agha Iftikhar uddin was a respectable senior citizen facing severe health hazards that needed to be treated urgently. 

He requested the court for granting bail on medical grounds. Other accused Akbar Ali counsel pleaded that no specific role was attributed to his client and requested for the bail of his client. The court after listening to the arguments from both parties rejected the bail plea of Agha Iftahar uddin, whereas Akbar Ali was awarded in the matter.