Akram Durrani approaches IHC for extension in bail

ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief and head of the opposition-led Rehbar Committee, Akram Khan Durrani on Thursday approached the Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) for extension in his bail plea within the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) instances, ARY NEWS reported.

The excessive court docket had prolonged his interim bail till November 21 throughout his final look.

A two-member bench of the excessive court docket comprising Chief Justice IHC Justice Athar Minallah and Justice Miangul Hassan will lead the bench listening to the proceedings.

NAB officers submitted a report within the case, not opposing bail plea of the previous chief minister KPK in property past means and unlawful allotment instances.

Sources quoting the NAB report mentioned that it was submitted with the IHC that the bureau has solely issued warrants for the non-public secretary of Durrani. “No warrants are issued for the arrest of Akram Durrani and his members of the family,” mentioned the report including that the NAB points warrant of an individual provided that it desires to arrest him.

Learn Extra: NAB summons Akram Durrani once more on November 12

They mentioned that the NAB authorities have been directed from the excessive court docket to submit a report on the matter earlier than Thursday’s proceedings however after a delay, it was lastly submitted right now.

In the meantime, speaking to media on the IHC, the JUI-F chief Durrani mentioned that his get together would start implementation on ‘Plan C’ from Friday (tomorrow) with country-wide protest demonstrations.

The provincial management of the get together will sit right now to plot a method to implement the plan, he mentioned.

On November 12, Durrani appeared earlier than the NAB Rawalpindi to answer on three accountability inquiries in opposition to him together with property past means, faux recruitment and unlawful land allotment.

In a earlier go to, the NAB had requested questions from Durrani about recruitment on vacancies with faux domiciles.



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