Lahore High Court Announces NAV At Mir Shakil Bail Plea | Instant News

The bench of the Lahore High Court division (LHC) on Tuesday issued a notice to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for May 28 about the guarantee petition filed by Jang / Geo Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman in an illegal plot rationing case

LAHORE, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – May 12, 2020): A Lahore High Court (LHC) division bench on Tuesday issued a notice to National Accountability Bureau (CATCH) for Maybe 28 regarding the request for bail submitted by Chief Editor Jang / Geo Group Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman in the case of illegal plot rationing.

The bench consisting of Judge Sardar Ahmad Naeem and Judge Farooq Haider heard the post arrest arrest request filed by Mir Shakil.

Advocate Amjad Pervaiz on behalf of the petitioners argued before court that the guarantee application has now been submitted for new reasons.

He stated that Mir Shakil had been sent to jail about judicial detention and he is no longer needed for investigation.

He begged court to provide collateral benefits to his client because he is no longer needed to investigate.

Next, the bench issued a notice to CATCH for Maybe 28 and tried to reply to the petition.

At this stage, Amjad Pervaiz told the bench that the bureau had also called at that time chief minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in connection with the case but he hasn’t joined the investigation.

It is important to mention here that the LHC had previously rejected two petitions submitted by Mir Shakil and his wife challenging arrest and physical detention of Mir Shakil.

That CATCH has alleged that Mir Shakil obtained 54 illegal acquisitions of one plot each in the City of Johar Lahore, with meetings Nawaz Sharif, then chief minister from Punjab, which violated the exemption policy in 1986.

Meanwhile, accountability court extend Mir Shakil’s judicial detention to June 1, in the case of illegal plot designations.

Accountability Court Judge Syed Jawadul Hassan conducted the trial. However, jail the authorities did not produce Mir Shakil before court because of the Covid-19 protocol.

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