Rana Sanaullah arrest warrant: Islamabad police will ask for records from  anti corruption team

A non bailable arrest warrant has been issued for Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah however Islamabad Police says that if the anti corruption team comes to the concerned police station in Islamabad they will ask for his records for compliance.

Rana Sanaullah's arrest warrant issued by Anti Corruption

It should be noted that warrant for the arrest of Rana Sanaullah has-been issued by the Special Judicial Magistrate on Saturday.

In the written statement issued by the police it has been stated that the documents will be collected from anti corruption team if they come to the police station to comply with the warrant. The anti corruption establishment team will be requested to provide records for compliance so that legal action can be taken.

Talking to British news Correspondent Humira Kanwal an administrative official of Islamabad Police said that their warrants have-been issued in Punjab it is not a case of Islamabad & Islamabad Police has not been contacted yet.

Rana Sanaullah arrest warrant: Islamabad police will ask for records from  anti-corruption team

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