Irfan Siddiqui, an in depth aide to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, was despatched to jail on a 14-day judicial remand on Saturday, a day after his arrest in Islamabad.
Siddiqui was arrested throughout a late Friday evening raid on his residence within the federal capital for not informing police whereas renting out his home underneath the tenancy regulation.
He was shifted to the Crime Investigation Company (CIA) police station after being stored on the Ramna police station of Islamabad for a while.
Siddiqui, who served because the particular assistant to the prime minister on nationwide affairs throughout the PML-N authorities, was introduced within the court docket of a judicial Justice of the Peace in handcuffs at the moment.
Police submitted an utility to hunt his remand. After initially reserving judgement on the request, Assistant Commissioner Mehreen Baloch despatched Siddiqui to Adiala Jail on a 14-day judicial remand.
The legal professionals representing Siddiqui additionally submitted an utility in search of bail for his or her shopper. It is going to be heard within the court docket of AC Baloch on Monday.
The counsel for Siddiqui contended that the home he had been suspected of renting out didn’t belong to Siddiqui, however that it was owned by his son Imran Siddiqui.
A police supply had instructed Daybreak on Friday that Siddiqui was arrested underneath Part 144 of the Felony Process Code for not informing the related police station about giving his home on lease.
Beneath this regulation, the deputy commissioner of Islamabad had directed all property homeowners to tell native police stations in regards to the particulars of their tenants.