Court docket endorses interim bail of 10 legal professionals

LAHORE: An anti-terrorist courtroom on Wednesday endorsed interim bail of 10 legal professionals together with Hassaan Niazi in PIC assault case, ARY Information reported.

The courtroom endorsed bails of the accused within the mild of photogrammetric take a look at report.

The courtroom prolonged interim bail of three accused legal professionals until Monday for photogrammetric take a look at.

A simmering dispute between legal professionals and younger medical doctors resulted in an unpleasant incident on December 11, when a rally attended by massive variety of legal professionals, stormed the Punjab Institute of Cardiology in Lahore.

The choose throughout the listening to at this time requested about identification parade of the accused.

Investigation officer of the pic assault case informed the courtroom that identification parade of Abid Hussain, Syed Zain, Muzammil Hussain, Ali Javed, Abdul Rehman Butt, Usama Maaz, Afzal Malik, Hassaan Niazi, Rana Adeel and Naeem Qamar has been occurred. He additional stated that the identification parade of Sikandar Siddique, Muhammad Azam and different accused was nonetheless pending.

The photogrammetric take a look at of the accused is required within the investigation and the take a look at of three accused nonetheless remaining, the IO stated.

The courtroom granted time to the investigation officer until Monday for conducting photogrammetric take a look at.

An inquiry report on the PIC assault, just lately submitted to the Chief Minister of Punjab, held two cops liable for the incident.

The police report holds two division officers, SSP Muhammad Naveed and SP Dost Muhammad, liable for negligence that was resulted within the incident during which scores of sufferers died within the hospital.

The 2 officers didn’t act promptly, which precipitated the incident and deaths within the hospital of cardiac sufferers, in accordance with the report. Using water cannon by the policemen may have halt the march of legal professionals rally in the direction of the hospital, report learn.

Extra IG Azhar Hameed Khokhar had submitted the inquiry report back to Chief Minister Usman Buzdar in a just lately held assembly.

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Courtroom extends interim bail of Qaim Ali Shah in Roshan Sindh probe

ISLAMABAD: A bench of Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) on Monday prolonged interim bail of former chief minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah in Roshan Sindh NAB inquiry, ARY Information reported.

A two-member bench of the Islamabad excessive court docket (IHC), comprised of Justice Aamir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Kayani heard the case.

The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor Barrister Rizwan knowledgeable the court docket that the bureau didn’t file FIR towards Qaim Ali Shah. He mentioned the NAB not required arrest of the previous chief minister of Sindh and solely an inquiry has been initiated towards him.

“NAB ought to inform (the court docket), if it requires arrest,” Justice Aamir Farooq remarked in a lighter vein.

The bench prolonged interim bail of Shah.

In earlier listening to the division bench of the excessive court docket (IHC) had authorised pre-arrest bail petition of Syed Qaim Ali Shah until December 09.

Former chief minister’s counsel Qasim Nawaz Abbasi pleaded to the court docket that the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned his shopper in photo voltaic panels contract case.

The lawyer mentioned that his shopper had solely authorised abstract of the Roshan Sindh mission and didn’t commit any irregularity. “He apprehends his arrest in the course of the listening to earlier than the NAB,” the counsel mentioned whereas pleading for interim bail to Shah.

NAB is holding an inquiry into complaints of large corruption in Roshan Sindh mission initiated by the provincial authorities for set up of photo voltaic streetlights throughout the province.

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IHC grants interim bail to Qaim Ali Shah in Roshan Sindh

ISLAMABAD: A bench of Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) on Monday granted interim bail to former chief minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah in Roshan Sindh NAB inquiry, ARY Information reported.

A two-member bench of the excessive court docket, comprised of Justice Aamir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Kayani, authorized pre-arrest bail petition of Syed Qaim Ali Shah until December 09.

Former chief minister’s counsel Qasim Nawaz Abbasi pleaded to the court docket that the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned his consumer in photo voltaic panels contract case on Dec. 03.

The lawyer mentioned that his consumer had solely authorized abstract of the Roshan Sindh venture and didn’t commit any irregularity. “He apprehends his arrest throughout the listening to earlier than the NAB,” the counsel mentioned whereas pleading for interim bail to Shah.

The bench granted interim bail to Qaim Ali Shah until Dec 09 and directed him to be part of the investigation in NAB inquiry.

The court docket additionally ordered Shah to submit surety bond of Rs. 5 lac within the court docket.

The court docket on a petition for everlasting bail within the case issued discover to the NAB and adjourned the listening to until Dec 09.

NAB is holding an inquiry into complaints of large-scale corruption in Roshan Sindh venture initiated by the provincial authorities for set up of photo voltaic streetlights throughout the province.

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IHC extends interim bail of Miftah Ismail until August 7

ISLAMABAD: An Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) bench on Thursday prolonged interim bail of former finance minister Miftah Ismail in liquefied pure gasoline (LNG) quota case until August 7, ARY Information reported.

IHC bench contains of Performing Chief Justice Mr. Justice Aamir Farooque and Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb heard the case.

Expressing annoyance, the court docket directed Miftah to submit additional paperwork in reference to the case.

Learn Extra: IHC grants interim bail to Miftah Ismail in LNG case

Earlier on July 25, Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) had granted interim bail to former finance minister Miftah Ismail until August 1st.

A division bench of the excessive court docket had additionally granted interim bail to former Managing Director Pakistan State Oil (PSO) Shaikh Imranul Haq in the identical case.

IHC bench contains of Performing Chief Justice Mr. Justice Aamir Farooque and Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb had heard the case.

The court docket had granted bail to Miftah Ismail and Shaikh Imranul Haq on surety bonds of Rs. 0.5 million every. Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Javed Iqbal had final Thursday signed arrest warrants of Miftah Ismail in LNG scandal.

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SHC extends bail of co-accused with Mustafa Kamal in NAB reference

KARACHI: Sindh Excessive Court docket (SHC) on Wednesday prolonged interim bail of co-accused dealing with a NAB reference together with Pak Saarzameen Social gathering (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal, ARY Information reported.

A bench of the excessive court docket heard bail petitions of accused Iftikhar Qaimkhani, Mohammad Dawood and others.

The court docket prolonged interim bail of the accused till August 05.

Prosecutor of the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) knowledgeable the bench that the reference in opposition to accused has been filed within the trial court docket.

Seven accused together with Mustafa Kamal have been nominated within the NAB reference.

NAB filed a reference in opposition to Kamal and different accused in Could over alleged unlawful allotment of 5,500 sq. metres of land on the ocean facet.

The reference was filed in an accountability court docket of Karachi.

Based on the reference, Sindh Director Normal Constructing Management Authority Iftikhar Qaimkhani and different accused have been additionally concerned within the alleged criminality.

Based on NAB, the land had been leased to buy house owners and hawkers in 1980 after which in 2005, the DJ Buildiers acquired the land on lease.

The previous metropolis mayor was concerned in permitting the development firm to construct a skyscraper on the land, NAB mentioned in its reference.

The NAB said that the accused have been concerned in unlawful allotment of the federal government plots and brought on losses price Rs 2.5 billion to the nationwide exchequer.

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SHC grants pre-arrest bail to Sharjeel Memon in property reference

KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Court docket on Wednesday granted interim bail to former minister of Sindh, Sharjeel Inam Memon in one other reference, ARY Information reported.

A bench of the excessive courtroom authorized an interim pre-arrest bail of the PPP chief till August 6, in property past identified sources of earnings reference.

The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) had filed reference towards Memon and sought warrants for his arrest from an accountability courtroom for additional investigation within the case.

Sharjeel Inam Memon was launched from jail on Tuesday after Sindh Excessive Court docket granted him bail in a case pertaining to Rs5.76 billion corruption within the Sindh info and archives division.

The SHC authorized bail of the previous provincial minister towards surety bonds of Rs 5 million.

A two-judge bench comprising Justice KK Agha and Justice Omar Sial had authorized the bail of the PPP chief.

In the course of the listening to, the NAB prosecutor contended that Memon has been accused of misuse of authority. A criticism was obtained towards the Sindh authorities with regard to alleged award of commercials at exorbitant charges, he added.

The investigation officer advised the courtroom that 17 folks, together with the PPP chief, had been named accused within the case.

Earlier in Oct 2017, a crew of the NAB had arrested Sharjeel Memon after the SHC rejected his bail plea within the corruption case.

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