Rana Sana Ullah Asks Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa for Help
- While talking to media in District Court, RanaSanaullah asked Army Chief to take notice of the matter pertaining to army officers working in the ANF.
- The court expressed inability to resume hearing until the provision of record from the ANF.
- Govt formed a special investigation team and another Special Investigation Cell (SIC) to probe RanaSanahullah.
Captive Rana Sana Ullah was presented in District Court Lahore where he asked Chief Army Staff, QamarJavedBajwafor help.
He asked Army Chief to take notice of the case saying:
“My blood tests should be conducted and there will be no particles of even a cigarette. In case you found, you can punish me without trial.”
In connection with the case registered against him, he further said:
“Army Chief should take notice of the matter that the serving army officers work in the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF).”
The court expressed inability to resume hearing:
However, the local court said it would not resume the hearing until the ANF personnel presented the relevant record and adjourned the proceedings for an indefinite period.
RanaSanaullahis on judicial remand after his arrest due to the discovery of a large stash of narcotics in his vehicle. The District Court has declined to resume hearing the narcotics case against RanaSanaullah until the ANF personnel present record.
Ranasanaullah’s lawyer observed that case file, mobile, and medicines of his client have still not been released. To which, the court expressed an inability to resume hearing until the provision of records from the ANF and adjourned the session.
The government has formed a special investigation team to probe RanaSanaullah. The investigation team questioned Rana Sana Ullah and five other accused of over three hours. The Special Investigation Cell (SIC) comprises different intelligence agencies operators are also working on this case.