Rana Sanaullah’s judicial remand extended for 14 days

Rana Sanaullah's judicial remand extended till August 24

LAHORE: The judicial magistrate on Tuesday extended the judicial remand of Punjab’s former law minister Rana Sanaullah for 14 days in drugs smuggling case.
The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) presented Rana Sanaullah before a court of the judicial magistrate on Tuesday as his 14 days judicial remand has expired.
During the hearing, the magistrate asked, “Where is file.” He also directed to the investigation officer to submit challan in the court as soon as possible.
The PML-N workers raised slogans and stood on the chairs in the courtroom. Meanwhile, the N league workers also quarreled with the police officials outside the court.
On the other hand, the Faisalabad police decided to start investigation the murder of two brothers from the beginning.
Earlier, the judicial magistrate’s court sent Rana Sanaullah to jail on 14-day judicial remand.
The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) had presented the former Punjab law minister before judicial magistrate Ahmad Waqas in Lahore. The ANF and other prosecutors were present in the court where security was beefed up and heavy contingents of police were deployed.
The court sent Rana Sanaullah to the Camp Jail, Lahore on 14 day remand.
“This is injustice,” Rana Sanaullah said when the journalists asked about the arrest. “An unjust government will not be able to last long.”

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