Enemies of Narcotics Force captures Rana Sanaullah from Islamabad-Lahore motorway

Enemies of Narcotics Force captures Rana Sanaullah from Islamabad-Lahore motorway

PML-N Punjab President Rana Sanaullah Khan was captured on Monday by the Anti Narcotics Force’s (ANF) Lahore group while he was venturing out from Faisalabad to Lahore, sources in the ANF affirmed to DawnNewsTV.

The senior PML-N official was captured from the Islamabad-Lahore motorway close to the Sukheki region, the sources said.

The ANF has not formally determined the charges on which Sanaullah has been gotten, yet representative Riaz Soomro said medications were recuperated from Sanaullah’s vehicle. The amount and sort of medications recuperated is as yet being surveyed, he said.

“We are having a few troubles getting data from ANF Lahore,” he said. “ANF does not capture any person without due reason.”

Power Commander Brig Khalid Mehmood is supervising the examination, the ANF representative told DawnNewsTV. Sanaullah is being kept in ANF Police Station I, he included.

“ANF Headquarters Rawalpindi is in contact with ANF Lahore. An announcement on the medications recuperated must be issued after fulfillment of fair treatment,” he said.

PML-N pioneer Attaullah Tarrar had before told correspondents that he had reached Sanullah today. As per him, the PML-N commonplace president was going to leave the Sukheki zone to go to a gathering in Lahore.

The previous common law clergyman was delegated leader of PML-N Punjab in May this year.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif unequivocally censured the capture and said that Sanaullah was captured with no charge and body of evidence against him. He named it the most exceedingly terrible case of “rebellion and political vengeance”.

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Sharif claimed that it was another case of utilizing state organizations against political rivals. He requested of the legislature to create Sanaullah under the watchful eye of a courtroom.

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz accused Prime Minister Imran Khan for the capture, blaming him for being “straightforwardly behind” the capture.

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto likewise took to Twitter to denounce the capture of Sanaullah. He named the capture of the PML-N pioneer ‘political exploitation’.

“Sanaullah has been a vociferous pundit of the PPP previously and is as of now a standout amongst the most vocal faultfinders of the routine.”

He said that the capture uncovered the administration’s “shortcoming and distress”.

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