Sibtain’s judicial remand extended

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Our Correspondent

Chiniot

The accountability court on Friday extended the judicial remand of Pakistan Teheek-e-Insaf (PTI) provincial assembly member and former minister of Punjab for Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries Muha mmad Sibtain Khan for 14 days in Chiniot mining case. Sibtain Khan was produced before the AC Judge Naeem Arshad along with two alleged accomplices when the judge ordered to produce them before the court on Sept 6. Jail authorities produced PTI member before court on the completion of his judicial remand.Former secretary Mines and Minerals Department Imtiaz Ahmed, former Manager Operations and Planning M Aslam, and former Chief Inspector Mines Abdul Sattar, were also produced in court on the expiration of their judicial remand.
Talking to the media persons at the Judicial Complex, Sibtain Khan dismissed all the NAB allegations and said that the contracts were given after the end of their government.