The Anti-Narcotics Force Wednesday (Jan 15) moved the Supreme Court to challenge the Lahore High Court’s decision granting bail to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Rana Sanaullah in a drug case.
The petitioner asked the top court to revoke the High Court’s decision. The LHC, on December 24, granted bail to Sanaullah in the narcotics possession case against two surety bonds worth Rs1 million each.
On July 1, the ANF had arrested Sanaullah while he was heading for a meeting from Faisalabad to Lahore. On the other hand, former law minister Rana Sanaullah has said that there had been no investigation while he was in prison for seven months.
The narcotics control minister, Shehryar Afridi, “is talking about a trial [but] before a trial is held, an investigation takes place,” Sanaullah said.
“I am saying this in front of everyone that no investigation was conducted while I was in prison for the past seven months. If I am lying, may the curse of the Almighty be upon me,” he added.
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17 November, 2019