An anti-narcotics court in Lahore on Saturday delayed the indictment of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader Rana Sanaullah and others in the drug recovery case.
As per the details, the anti-narcotics court the drug recovery case. The lawyer of the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) informed the court that the copies of all the required documents have been provided to the accused.
According to sources, Rana Sanaullah’s counsel Farhad Ali Shah said that ANF had interrogated more than 100 persons in the case. He also requested the court to de-freeze the salary account as the client was finding it hard to manage the household.
However, the judge said that how is Sanaullah paying the fees of a senior lawyer if he is facing financial problems. Layer shah replied that he is not charging any money for the case.
The judge remarked that all records were given to the accused. But, the lawyer Shah said that the copies of the statements provided by the prosecutor are not visible. The judge then ordered the prosecution to provide clear copies of the records.
The court has ordered all the accused to present before the court for the indicted in the case as the hearing has been adjourned till February 4.