The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday dismissed the bail software program filed by Jang/Geo Media Group Editor-in-Chief Media Firon Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman.

A two-member bench of the Lahore High Court, comprising Justice Sardar Ahmed Naeem and Justice Farooq Haider, took the selection after listening to the concluding arguments at current (Wednesday).

In at current’s listening to, Media Firon Mir Shakil’s advocate Amjad Pervez had completed his arguments for the allowance of bail, highlighting that, no matter the flimsy and concocted nature of the case, MSR had continued cooperating with the investigation and presents no hazard on account of which bail could also be denied.

Also, the NAB prosecutor supplied his arguments, after which the courtroom recessed for 10 minutes sooner than the judgement to deny bail was launched.

Media Firon – Previous Hearing In LHC

In the earlier listening to, Media Firon Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman’s lawyer Pervez had argued that MSR had truly been arrested for criticizing the incumbent regime.

Dismantling the grounds on which the case was original, he said that the Punjab authorities had, virtually 34 years previously, supplied an exemption on 54 plots in accordance with the regulation, from which MSR had moreover benefited. P

Pervez said that the prosecution had investigated MSR and had obtained nothing from him that can counsel that any undue favour was given to him.

MSR’s lawyer said that the Mukhtar Alam property was registered on May 22, 1983 and on June 4, 1986, the Jang/Geo Editor-in-Chief had requested the Lahore Development Authority for preliminary improvement.

The lawyer extra said that on July 22 of the similar 12 months, the director land progress had issued a letter denying MSR’s request.

He said that the LDA had not at all confirmed any concern or complained regarding the exemption granted to MSR and his vitality of lawyer.

“The LDA didn’t even become a plaintiff in the case,” he well-known, together with that his shopper had appeared sooner than NAB Lahore and submitted all paperwork pertaining to the case.

The lawyer said {{that a}} reference had nonetheless been filed in opposition to his shopper by which it had been stated that he had caused a lack of Rs 143mn to the nationwide exchequer and had been accused of violating the land exemption coverage.

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