Anti-Electronic Crime Court Islamabad has expressed strong anger over Federal Investigation Agency and prosecution team over not presenting a complete challan despite a clear court orders in the Judge Video Scandal case.
Anti-Electronic Crime Court (AECC) heard Judge Video Scandal case today while the FIA could not present a complete challan in the court today as well.
To which the court reacting strong anger on DG FIA and prosecution team ordered to send a copy of the court orders to secretary establishment and secretary interior.
The court in its remarked said that it is clear orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan that high court has powers to take action against any institution over not following the court orders, on which, director legal of FIA Tahir Mahmood told the court that new prosecutor assumed his responsibility just yesterday and he could not appeared before the court.
Later the court ordered the FIA to present a complete challan of the case at all cost and adjourned the hearing till October 7.