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Pakistan

Spoke to COAS Bajwa about ANF's role in fake drugs case against me: Rana Sanaullah

  • Interior Minister says Imran Khan was the mastermind of the bogus case against him
Published July 9, 2022
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Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday that former prime minister Imran Khan was the mastermind of the bogus drugs case against him, adding that he had spoken to Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa about the Anti-Narcotics Force's (ANF) role in this regard.

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader was arrested in a drug case in July 2019 by the ANF which claimed to have recovered 15kg of heroin from his vehicle.

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A first information report was lodged under Section 9(C) of the Control of Narcotic Substances Act 1997, which carries the death penalty or life imprisonment or a jail term that may extend to 14 years, along with a fine up to Rs1 million.

He was twice denied bail by the trial court but the Lahore High Court (LCH) released him on Dec 24, 2019.

In a series of tweets today, Sanaullah claimed that Imran was the mastermind of the bogus case while former adviser on accountability and interior Mirza Shahzad Akbar and former DG ANF were "complicit".

"Shahzad Akbar impelled the capital police to place a bag of 15-kilo heroin in my lodge which [they] refused to do so. All the proceedings were undertaken on the directives of the former premier who wanted me behind the bars due to his personal enmity," he said.

Sanaullah added that all the proceedings against him were undertaken on the directives of the former premier who wanted him behind the bars "due to his personal enmity."

"I wrote and spoke to the COAS on ANF’s role in framing a spurious and mala fide case against me," he wrote.

A special court for the control of narcotic substances in Lahore has summoned the interior minister on July 23 for the framing of charges against him.

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Pantsonfire Jul 09, 2022 06:14pm
Anything can be expected from IK. We have seen how he has behaved after losing power, accusing ECP, army, USA, judiciary and anyone else he can think of. So making a fake case against Rana is the easiest thing,
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Ch K A Nye Jul 09, 2022 09:00pm
So basically he went crawling to his Master...
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MalikSaabSays Jul 09, 2022 11:37pm
It's so easy to make allegations. But fact is that all ANF personnel who said point blank in press conferences they there was irrefutable video evidence of the raid in which drugs were recovered. Now either that were telling truth and Sana should be convicted, or they should be convicted if that evidence does not exist. Heads need to roll. Either his, or theirs.
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