FAISALABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah said on Thursday that his vehicle was taken to the police station from Ravi toll plaza and the gunman was left there. Addressing a press conference in Faisalabad hours after his release from prison, Rana Sanaullah said that he was grateful to Almighty Allah for his release. “I am also thankful to party leaders for supporting me in a difficult time,” he added. The PML-N senior leader said that some people were bent on portraying a lie as a truth, but they didn’t get a chance. He also narrated the details of his arrest. “Almighty Allah is my witness, I left for Lahore from Faisalabad on July 1. My vehicle was stopped at the Ravi toll plaza and the gunman was taken down there. My vehicle was taken to the ANF headquarters and no conversation took place during that time,” he said. “I asked, what is the matter? I was told that ‘it’s an order from high-ups’,” Rana Sanaullah said. “The next day, I was produced before a court and the court was informed that I was found in possession of drugs.” He questioned where the drugs seized from his vehicle were. “It was told that drug comes to Faisalabad before Afghanistan. It was a total lie and a fraud. A false case was made against me. The worst and worst case of the country was made. I testify of God's word and say that I have never been a heroin in my life. If I had been addicted to heroin once, God would be angry with me,” he said. Rana Sanaullah said a false and baseless case was lodged against him. “Almighty Allah is my witness, I have never used heroin,” the PML-N lawmaker said. “May I suffer the wrath of God, if I ever favoured a drug smuggler?” The PML-N leader also cursed the ones who lodged a false case against him. He also said he would repeat the same statements in the National Assembly, holding a copy of the Holy Quran in his hands. “You can’t stop us through such cheap tactics, [I] will not back off. It has become a tradition that a person speaks lie and then says he has to return to Almighty Allah,” he said. The PML-N leader said even the prime minister knew the case against him was fake. “All this is being done to subdue the opposition. Before my arrest I was 100 per cent with my party but today be with the 1000 per cent,” he added. He further demanded a judicial inquiry into allegations of drug smuggling against him. Rana Sanaullah demanded the chief justice of Pakistan and the government order a judicial inquiry into the allegations of drug smuggling against him. The PML-N leader once again prayed that may the God’s wrath descend upon the liars. On his arrival at Faisalabad after release on bail, the party workers warmly welcomed him. The workers raised slogans in favour of him and expressed happiness on his presence.