LAHORE (92 News) – A first information report (FIR) has been lodged on complain of Islampura SHO against Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar and fourteen other unidentified persons for clash with police officials.
According to the copy of FIR obtained by 92 News, it reveals that the case has been filed under sections 353, 186, 147 and 149 as the suspects have been accused of interference in governmental affairs. The FIR states that Captain (retd) Safdar was involved in a clash with policemen.
“Muhammad Safdar tried to hit police official after snatching a baton from him. The PML-N workers were involved in a brawl with the officers when they stopped them from coming in front of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz’s car.”
The incident had occurred in an accountability court in Lahore yesterday when the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) produced Maryam Nawaz and Yousaf Abbas before the AC in Chaudhry Sugar Mills reference amidst beefed up security.
An accountability court in Lahore extended the physical remand of Maryam Nawaz
and his cousin Yousaf Abbas for 14 days in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officials National Accountability Bureau (NAB) presented Maryam Nawaz and Yousaf Abbas before the court after her 12-day physical remand expired.
The court extended the remand of Maryam and managing director at Sharif Group of Industries Yousaf Abbas till September 4.
The conflict arose between the PML-N women workers and women lady policemen at Lahore’s MAO College Chowk during the appearance of Maryam Nawaz before accountability court. Former MPA Farzana Butt also threatened women police officers.
On August 8, NAB had arrested Maryam along with her cousin Yousaf Abbas in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.
In the previous hearing, Accountability court judge Naeem Arshad heard NAB’s request for 15-day physical remand of the two. Special prosecutor Hafiz Asadullah and Haris Qureshi presented arguments on behalf of the accountability watchdog. Advocate Amjad Pervez is at the court on behalf of Maryam and her cousin.