Court rejects indictment’s plea of Rana Sanaullah, seeks CDR record
LAHORE (92 News) – Rejecting a indictment’s plea of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah, an anti-narcotics court in Lahore sought a detailed record of the phone calls of him in next hearing.
The court extended judicial remand of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah for 15 days. The ANF presented Rana Sanaullah in anti-narcotics court for hearing of the drugs recovery case today. The court during hearing rejected a plea of indictment of Rana Sanaullah.
The ANF lawyer told the court during the proceedings that the associates of accused were recording court proceedings to use it for blackmailing. The accused used to start baseless propaganda and a campaign of smear when he goes out of the court, ANF counsel said.
“What is out of the courtroom is happens out and what happens in court let it happens here”, the judge remarked. After arguments of lawyers the court summoned detailed record of the phone calls of PML-N leader on the request of the defence side.
The court extended judicial remand of Rana Sanaullah for 15 days.
The ANF has sent a letter to the government concerned departments to freeze more assets of PML-N leader. According to the sources, the ANF has written letters to the relevant departments seeking to freeze Rana Sanaullah’s propertiers worth Rs200 million.
The sources said that the ANF approached government to freeze alleged ownership of the PML-N leader’s properties including commercial plaza in Lahore, two farmhouses and others.
Earlier, the ANF had sought confiscation of 22 properties he owned in Lahore and Faisalabad.
Meanwhile, the Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) has launched a probe against PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah for purchasing two farmhouses in an illegal society in Kallar Kahar.
A case has been registered against nine officers, including DG Environment Punjab Irfan Nazir.
On September 28, Anti Narcotics Force Court Duty Judge Khalid Bashir had extended the judicial remand of PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah in a drugs recovery case till October 2.