The sessions and banking courts have extended the bail of Jahangir Tareen and his son Ali Tareen in different cases of money laundering and financial fraud.
The report will subsequently be sent to registrar of the high court.
LAHORE: At least two lawyers were killed in a firing incident at Lahore sessions court premises on Tuesday, ARY News reported. Police said that the incident of firing occurred after heated argument between lawyers over a property dispute. As a result, Advocate Rana Nadeem suffered fatal firearm wounds and died on the spot, whereas another lawyer Owais Talib, who also suffered bullet injuries, died later at a hospital. Police said they have taken a lawyer identified as Kashif Rajput into their custody over suspicion…
LAHORE: Two people, a policeman among them, were killed when unidentified armed men opened fire on them in the premises of a sessions court in Lahore on Wednesday. According to the police, the victim policeman was taking an under-trial suspect out of a courtroom when the latter's rivals opened fire, leaving them with fatal firearm wounds. The accused died on the spot while the constable succumbed to his injuries later at a hospital. The deceased were identified as police constable Asif and suspect Amjad Malik.…
LAHORE: A sessions court on Saturday approved pre-arrest bail to a juvenile on a dual murder case, ARY News reported. The court issued the bail to Zain, a student of fourth grade, and resident of Thana Manga mandi, and instructed him to cooperate and assist with the police investigation. The counsel for the accused informed the court that Zain was being blamed unfairly without any investigation for the murder of Chaudhry Iqbal and Liaquat. The counsel apprised the court that Zain was ten years old and a student of…
LAHORE: A sessions judge in Lahore on Tuesday received the Special Court's orders of confiscating former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf's property.
SUKKUR: Sessions Court Sukkur on Saturday sent Muhammad Ali alias Asad Kharal to jail for 14-day judicial remand, ARY News reported.
ISLAMABAD: A sessions court expressed anger at the decision to allow former army chief General (retired) Pervez Musharraf to travel abroad, ARY News reported.