The sentence is suspended in the case of electric theft
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday suspended a sentence of three years in prison for an inmate who was involved in an electricity theft case.
Judge Tariq Saleem Sheikh granted the order while listening to the petition submitted by Muhammad Yunas for the sentence given to him by the court. The appeal counsel argued in court that the court had sentenced the convict to three years in prison in addition to imposing a fine of Rs 50000 in the case of electricity theft.
He said that the convict had been behind bars since February 2020.
He argued that the court gave the sentence without respecting the facts of the case. The court after listening to the argument postponed the sentence and ordered the release of the applicant on bail. Meanwhile, the Lahore High Court (LHC) provided guarantees to suspects involved in the fake check case of Rs 3.7 million.
Judge Tariq Saleem Sheikh heard the post arrest arrest request filed by the defendant, Muhammad Abbas. His advisers argued that the Factory Area police had registered a false check on the defendant Muhammad Hafeez’s complaint.
He denied the allegations made in the case, saying that it was a business problem between them.
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