ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan has sought reply from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan pertaining to his house’s No-Objection Certificate(NOC).
The Court has given a week time to Imran’s counsel to submit reply.
On Wednesday former secretary UC of Bara Kahu Mohamamed Umer claimed that the NOC document submitted by Imran is ‘fraudulent’, as then in 2003 the paper work used to be manual, rather computerized.
He claimed that PTI chief submitted a computerized document.
Former UC official submitted his report to the Supreme Court of Pakistan, which is hearing ‘Bani Gala Encroachment Case’.
In a meanwhile, chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar while hearing a different case heading three-member bench on dual nationalities of federal government employees observed that submitting a false document in the court is a criminal offence.