An anti-drug court on will hear the drug trafficking case against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz member Rana Sanaullah on Saturday (today).
As per the details, the court has ordered the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) to summon all the accused involved in the drug case. Six accused, including Rana Sanaullah, have been summoned for criminal proceedings.
The case will be heard by Anti-drug court judge Shakir Hassan.
Challans have been filed against Rana Sanaullah, Usman Ahmed, Sabteen, Akram, Umar Farooq and Amir Rustam by ANF.
The Challan mentioned, “Rana Sanaullah used to take drugs from Afghans in Faisalabad and supply them abroad. He said his vehicle was not checked so he used to smuggle drugs in his personal vehicle.”
Earlier, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Rana Sanaullah, who was also the former law minister Punjab on Friday warned of serious consequences in case of political detentions.