LAHORE: The spouse of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Punjab President Rana Sanaullah wrote a letter to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), urging it to take discover of her husband’s arrest and represent a sub-commission to probe the arrest comprising worldwide consultants.
The Anti-Narcotics Drive (ANF) on July 1 had taken Sanaullah into custody from the Islamabad-Lahore motorway close to Sukheki for allegedly possessing an enormous amount of drugs in his car. He was travelling from Faisalabad to Lahore on the time of his arrest.
Reiterating that Sanaullah’s arrest was political victimization, Nabeela Sanaullah claimed, “My husband’s case is the worst example of lawlessness. His arrest has uncovered the non-public vendetta of Prime Minister Imran Khan.”
She continued in her latter that along with her husband’s arrest, the premier set an instance of utilizing the nationwide establishments towards his political opponents.
“The content material of the FIR report completely denies the actual details. My husband is essentially the most vocal critic of the incumbent authorities and his arrest has uncovered Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led authorities’s desperation to take down its opponents on flimsy grounds,” mentioned Nabeela.
“Earlier than his arrest, Sanaullah had hinted that he would possibly get assassinated or arrested. The state has used essentially the most credible division [ANF] to justify its causes for placing an opponent behind the bars.”
Nabeela harassed, “Heroine was initially not discovered from Sanaullah’s possession whereas his automotive was searched on the motorway. It was planted on him later on the anti-narcotics police station to border my husband on this case.”
“In violation of the authorized provisions of the Management of Narcotic Substances Act (CNSA), neither any photograph nor any video was introduced by the authorities supporting that heroin was recovered from Sanaullah’s car,” Sanaullah’s spouse added.
She mentioned, “Sanaullah’s private belongings, which embody his mobiles, Rs600,000 money, his digital playing cards and different objects, haven’t been returned by the ANF, which can be a violation of the procedures.”