LAHORE – The anti-narcotics court on Saturday granted the release of the leader of the Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League (PML-N) Rana Sanaullah so as not to appear in a drug case trial against him.
The court summoned supporters of PML-N to appear in court on charges in a drug case on June 6.
Rana Sanaullah was asked to appear before an anti-narcotics court today for an indictment. The PML-N lead counsel requested a release from the court appearance because of the spread of COVID-19.
The petition said that for fear of spreading the corona virus, the respondent could not bring along his personal security guard, so he could not appear in court.
The court granted the former Punjab minister’s request and summoned him in the next trial for the indictment in the case.
Rana Sanaullah was arrested last year in July by the Anti Narcotics Forces (ANF) from the Islamabad-Lahore toll road near the Sukheki area. ANF claims that drugs have been found from the PML-N leader’s car. He was released on bail on December 26. His name has been included in the Exit Control List (ECL) in drug recovery cases.
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