TPL Corp Official Sabiha Sultan Ordered To Appear Before Court By 12 July
- Proceedings against TPL Group Official Sabiha Sultan commenced
- The accused individual surrendered herself through her lawyer
- Court expressed anger over the non-appearance of the accused
- The court ordered the lawyer to ensure the suspect appears before the court in the next hearing on July 12
City Court, Karachi: Proceedings against TPL Group Official Sabiha Sultan commenced in city court, Karachi.
The accused individual surrendered herself through her lawyer. She also asked the court for some time before appearing in court for any further proceedings in the case.
The accused was represented by lawyer Ali Raj Wahid who filed the Memorandum of Appearance (Vakalatnama) before the court.
Ali Wahid stated before the court that his client, Sabiha Sultan is currently in Islamabad therefore he requested the judge to allow the accused to appear before the court at a later date.
The court in turn ordered the lawyer to ensure that the suspect appears before the court in the next hearing on July 12.
The non-appearance of the accused in any of the hearings drove the irk of the judge who expressed anger over the issue.
Sabiha Sultan is the Director of a TPL company.
According to sources, Sabiha Sultan is the Director of a TPL company.
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