Sheikh Rasheed Attack Case: Court grants bail to Malik Noor Awan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Malik Noor Awan, the man who had intercepted Awami Muslime League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed and demanded Rs 2.2million, has on Friday presented before the court.
Malik Noor was presented before the court of Judicial Magistrate Haider Shah.
During the proceedings, the police requested the court to grant physical remand of the accused.
The court granted bail to accused Malik Noor until June 30.
Earlier on Tuesday, a man accused Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed of not paying his Rs 2.2 million after he purchased him a car 15 years ago. He claimed that he had bought a car for him worth Rs2.2 million but Sheikh Rasheed did not pay him a single penny.
He appealed the people present there at the scene to help him recover his money, adding that he was officer-bearer of PML-N Japan chapter.
Later, AML chief filed an application in the Secretariat Police Station against Malik Noor Awan. In his application Sheikh Rasheed stated that the man namely Malik Noor tried at attack him in the Parliament House but he managed to save his life by entering in the Parliament.