LAHORE: The Anti-Narcotics Court docket prolonged the judicial remand of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Rana Sanaullah for seven days on Saturday within the drug smuggling case.
The courtroom ordered Anti-Narcotics Pressure officers to provide him once more on September 14.
On August 28, anti-narcotics courtroom choose excused to listen to the case of the PML-N chief on account of his switch.
The Anti-Narcotics Pressure (ANF) had arrested Punjab’s former regulation minister Rana Sanaullah after alleged restoration of medication from his car.
The Anti-Narcotics Pressure had submitted challan towards PML-N chief within the case pertaining to the alleged restoration of heroin from his automotive. Rana Sanaullah and 6 different suspects have been named within the 200-page lengthy charge-sheet.
Sources reported final month that as many as 41 properties owned by the PML-N chief, his spouse, daughter and son-in-law, amounting to over Rs1.11 billion, had been frozen by the authorities involved over his alleged involvement in peddling medicine.
Based on an inventory detailing the confiscated property, the properties embody a industrial plaza in Faisalabad, whose worth was estimated at Rs80 million, Rs80 million value of a plot within the federal capital and Rs60 million value of a industrial corridor and 4 retailers valued at Rs50 million.