A local court of Lahore handed over on Thursday Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MPA Nazir Chohan to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on a two-day physical remand, a private TV channel reported. Chohan has been remanded to the investigative authority in a case concerning Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior and Accountability Shahzad Akbar Earlier, the FIA produced Chohan at the district court of the provincial metropolis. The court approved the accused’s remand after hearing arguments from both the sides. On the other hand, the dissident group reportedly decided to react sternly against the government, in both the national and Punjab assemblies, following the development. The group fears arrests of more members of the group. The group is set to deliberate on its future strategy once Tareen returns to Islamabad from Karachi. Two days ago, on July 27, the PTI leader was arrested in the case registered on Akbar’s complaint, but was granted bail by a local court within a few hours. He was on a visit to the office of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) from where the police arrested him. The PTI member was nominated in a First Information Report (FIR) in May, with Akbar accusing him of having nefarious designs against him. Chohan was booked under sections 506 [punishment for intimidation], 189 [threatening public servant], 298 [hurting religious sentiments] and 153 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC). Akbar had alleged that the MPA levelled false allegations about his faith in a TV show.