The Supreme Court’s three member bench on Monday (April 22) once again rejected the Federal Investigation Agency’s recommendation regarding closure of the Asghar Khan case due to lack of evidence.
In court on Monday, the FIA submitted a report in the court stating that it was unable to proceed with the case as it could not find enough proof or substantial evidence to take it forward. The FIA again recommended the closure of the Asghar Khan case for lack of evidence. After listening to the responses by the FIA, the apex court once again turned down its request and ordered it to submit a detailed response within four weeks.
Asghar Khan had petitioned the Supreme Court in 1996 alleging that the two senior army officers and the then-president had tried to ensue Benazir Bhutto’s defeat in the 1990 polls and they Divide Rs140 million among several politicians.
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22 August, 2019