Supreme Courtroom disposes of businessman’s bail plea in Mudaraba fraud case

  • SC says it takes again the order for the extension of Rehman’s interim bail.
  • Bars NAB officers from arresting Rehman from the court docket’s premises.
  • NAB officers arrest Rehman from exterior of the court docket’s premises.

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Courtroom (SC) Wednesday disposed of the bail plea of a personal firm’s CEO, Saif-ur-Rehman, in an alleged Mudaraba fraud case.

On the outset of the listening to, Justice Mansoor Ali Shah remarked that the court docket is just not extending the accused’s bail plea anymore.

“The court docket takes again the order for the extension of interim bail,” stated Justice Shah.

The court docket noticed that the Securities and Alternate Fee of Pakistan has despatched the reference to the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) in accordance with the legislation.

Nonetheless, the court docket restricted the NAB officers from arresting Rehman from the court docket’s premises.

“You could arrest the accused from exterior the courtroom,” remarked Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial.

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At this, the NAB officers arrested Rehman from exterior of the court docket’s premises. 

In the meantime, the court docket rejected the apology of NAB Director-Normal Irfan Naeem Mangi and others.

“The court docket can not give pardon on the idea of an affidavit alone”, remarked the court docket.

The apex court docket ordered the adjournment of the listening to of a contempt of court docket plea in opposition to NAB until date after two weeks, remarking that NAB officers should apologise earlier than the court docket in particular person.

On the final listening to, which happened on August 30, NAB had arrested Rehman after the rejection of his bail plea by the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom.

At this, Appearing CJP Bandial had taken discover of the arrest of Rehman from the premises of the SC and sought a clarification from the NAB.

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