Shehbaz Sharif to dispel Fazlur Rehman's reservation: Sanaullah 1

Shehbaz Sharif to dispel Fazlur Rehman’s reservation: Sanaullah

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LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) MNA Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday that the party’s president, Shehbaz Sharif, would soon dispel Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Fazul Rehman’s doubts and reservations upon his return to the country.

The senior politician of PML-N said that in one case against him 60 million Rs was provided to 10 prosecutors.

The former Justice Minister spoke in the media after the appearance of an anti-drug court, which held in its last hearing a judgment requesting an anti-drug force (ANF) request. He performed video evidence and pulled it out medicine back. He seized a vehicle in a drug case and protested vigorously against the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

“Including their political allies, 220 million people are also angry with PTI … their allies must jump off PTI’s ship as quickly as possible,” he said.

He said: “We are completely ashamed that the government has presented a case of counterfeit drugs to its citizens …

“Innocent persons are released on bail […] Saad Rafique, Ahsan Iqbal, Shahid Khaqan and Hamza Saba Hamza Shahbaz is also released on bail.

“PTI prosecuted Musharraf’s verdict and convicted (then) public, but yesterday adopted a resolution in the National Assembly in which (public convictions for sexual abuse and child murder) are public.”

He added: “The resolution adopted yesterday was a blow to PTI,” and he called for an interim election as soon as possible. “PML-N is not in favor of the institution in the medium term.”

The president of PML-N Punjab filed a petition in court and demanded the release of his vehicle on the car.

His lawyer, Farhad Ali Shah defender, claimed at a previous hearing that Rana Sanaullah had treated various illegal groups as aldermen and was confronted with the life threat. He demanded the return of the bulletproof car from ANF.

Although they opposed a guilty plea, NFL lawyers claimed that Rana Sanaullah had not expressed concern about the threat to her life. He said the car was being held in a drug case and could not be surrendered to a downhill-driving car.

The court has retained and extended the judgment to this day.

ANF ​​has also requested permission from the Supreme Court to detain PML-N leaders and former Punjab minister Rana Sanaullah through a petition for bail from the Lahore High Court.

The Large Hadron Collider ordered the release of Rana Sanaullah in a drug case filed after ANF recovered 15 kilos of heroin from his vehicle on December 23, 2019. The court also ordered Sanaullah to file two deposits of 1 million rupees each.

In an appeal filed by defender Raja Ameen Minhas, ANF asked the Supreme Court to revoke the decision of the Supreme Court and had the PML-N leader arrested again.

On October 2, PML-N leaders filed a bail request with the Large Hadron Collider. However, the petition was withdrawn the following day to be submitted at a later stage. Earlier this month, Sanullah again requested bail from the LHC after his arrest.

On September 20, a special court for narcotics also rejected Sanaullah’s bail request and released five joint suspects. On November 9, CNS rejected another Sanaullah bail request.

On December 21, Shakir Hussain, a judge against drugs, extended the pre-trial detention of PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah to January 4 in the same case.

The court also issued a notice to officials seeking a response to Rana Sanaullah’s request for a ministerial video.

On July 1, Sanaullah was arrested by ANF after he found a large number of contraband in vehicles near the Sukheke area of ​​Punjab. The following day he was imprisoned for judicial pre-trial detention by a magistrate.

Sanaullah is also a member of the National Assembly (MNA) and the president of PML-N Punjab, arrested at a meeting of his guards from Faisalabad to Lahore.

FIR is proposed under section 9 (C) of the Narcotics Control Act 1997 and is punishable by death or life imprisonment or imprisonment, with a prison sentence of 14 years and a fine of up to Rs 1 million.

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