A special judicial magistrate issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.
The spokesperson of the Anti-Corruption Establishment Punjab said that it issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for the PML-N leader after he failed to appear in an inquiry. Special Judicial Magistrate Ghulam Akbar issued an arrest warrant for the interior minister in case number 19/20, said the ACE spokesperson.
Meanwhile, the ACE has also summoned former deputy speaker Dost Muhammad Mazari for the alleged encroachment of land owned by the government.
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The ACE spokesperson said that the anti-graft watchdog also called Zahid Mazari, Sher Muhammad Mazari, and Moazzam Mazari. They have been summoned to the Lahore headquarters on October 11. A day earlier, the FIA took PTI Senator Saifullah into “protective custody” for questioning in the foreign funding case.
Hamid Zaman, a founding member of the party, was also arrested from Lahore in connection with the case.
Meanwhile, according to the sources that a four-member anti-corruption team reached the Kohsar police station to arrest the interior minister.
According to the sources, the Islamabad Police sent back the anti-corruption team as the PML-N leader’s residence is not within the limits of the Kohsar police station and his address on the arrest warrant is Faisalabad.