ANF top officials break silence over bail of Rana Sanaullah

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ANF top officials break silence over bail of Rana Sanaullah

ISLAMABAD – Anti-Narcotics Force’s (ANF) Special Prosecutor Raja Inam – following bail granted to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah in a narcotics case yesterday – asserted on Wednesday that provision of “footage” was not the requirement in the legal proceedings in the case and all evidence was submitted to the court.

He further mentioned that all statements relevant to the recovery of the heroin from the vehicle of Sanaullah were also submitted in the court.

“Statements of three witnesses were also submitted in the court […] we had filed an application for hearing the case on daily basis,” he added.

The ANF’s legal team pointed out that there were 15 witnesses in the challan submitted to the court together with the chemical examiner’s report. ------------------------------

*Rana Sanaullah’s bail* ------------------------------

Yesterday, the LHC granted bail to former Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah in a narcotics case lodged after Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) recovered 15kg heroin from his vehicle. The court also ordered Sanaullah to submit two surety bonds of Rs1 million each.

On Monday, Justice Chaudhry Mushtaq Ahmed heard the arguments on a post-arrest bail petition filed by advocate Zahid Hussain Bukhari, Ahsan Bhawan and Azam Nazir Tarrar on Sanaullah’s behalf, and Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) Prosecutor Muhammad Irfan Malik and reserved the judgment.