Rana Sanaullah released on bail, challenged in Supreme Court

Rana Sanaullah released on bail, challenged in Supreme Court

Posted on Jan 16, 2020

Anti-narcotics force challenges the decision in the supreme court to release former minister Rana Sanaullah on bail in a drug case.

The petition filed by the anti-narcotics force in the Supreme Court held that the decision to grant Rana Sanaullah bail was not correct and should be declared invalid.

The anti-narcotics force, in favour of Rana Sanaullah, said that the Lahore High Court did not properly examine the facts, the bail of Rana Sanaullah should be revoked and, fulfilling the requirements of justice, he should be returned to the counter-narcotics force.

Member of the National Assembly, Rana Sanaullah, was arrested by the Anti-Drug Force on July 1, 2019, claiming that drugs were recovered from Rana Sanaullah's vehicle on which he was arrested.

An FIR was lodged under Section 9C of the Control of Narcotics Substance Act 1997, which could impose a life sentence or up to 14 years in prison if convicted, as well as a fine of one million.


Mian Tajamul

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