An anti-narcotics court on Saturday adjourned hearing of a drugs smuggling case against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah due to the absence of the ANF prosecutor.
On Saturday, Rana Sanaullah and the other accused in the case appeared in the court. The counsel for the PML-N stalwart in his arguments in the court said that his client was falsely nominated in the case.
However, the case was adjourned until November 16 due to the absence of the anti-narcotics force (ANF) prosecutor.
Talking to newsmen, after his court appearance, Sanaullah rejected the recent hike in the petroleum products prices and said it’s the biggest hike in the country’s history so far.
People are finding it difficult in surviving due to increasing inflation with every passing day, he said and added that it is time for the opposition for a long march against the government to provide a sigh of relief to the people of the country.
Rana Sanaullah had been arrested last year in July by the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) from the Islamabad-Lahore motorway near the Sukheki area.