LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader, Rana Sanaullah was sent to 14 days judicial remand by Anti-Narcotics court on Tuesday.
Rana was presented before the court as he was arrested by Anti-Narcotics Force, a day earlier over the allegations of possessing a large stash of contraband in his vehicle while making his way from Lahore to Faisalabad.
The arrest of PML(N) leader brought irk of the opposition parties as both claimed the foul play alleging the federal government headed by Prime Minister Imran Khan victimizing political opponents.
Earlier, the ANF officials said that the arrest of ex-provincial law minister, Rana Sanaullah was made on the reports of hidden contacts with drug dealers.
the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) requested a remand for the PML-N leader during the case proceedings today.
Earlier according to Superintendent of Police (SP) Security Faisal Shahzad, a security plan was devised for Sanaullah’s court appearance, with more than 400 anti-riot force personnel deployed around the city.