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Breaking News: Pmln's Hanif Abbasi Shifted To Adiala Jail After Conviction In Ephedrine Case

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 Breaking News: Pmln's Hanif Abbasi Shifted To Adiala Jail After Conviction In Ephedrine Case
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RAWALPINDI: While acquitting the other seven accused on the basis of ‘benefit of the doubt’, an anti-narcotics court on Saturday handed down life imprisonment to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi in the eight-year-old ephedrine case.

As indicated by the judgment, issue late during the evening, Hanif Abbasi, the PML-N competitor from NA-60 against Awami Muslim League boss Sheik Rashid, neglected to safeguard himself, and the charges leveled against him ended up being valid.

The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) authorities later captured the PML-N pioneer – who likewise stands precluded from the July 25 surveys because of his conviction – from the court premises. Abbasi was purportedly moved to Rawalpindi's Adiala Jail, where removed head Nawaz Sharif, his little girl, and child in-law are additionally detained.

The court had saved the judgment, which was declared following a deferral of a few hours at 11pm. Strict security courses of action were made at the court with the sending of an extensive a huge quantities of police authorities.

PML-N specialists and supporter were additionally present in the court zone in extensive number began challenging at the court's focal entryway after the declaration of the decision. They additionally broke glass sheets of the building and raised slogans.

Addressing Daily Express, Abbasi said that he was neither sad nor disillusioned by the judgment. "I will challenge the decision in the high court," he said. As indicated by a TV channel, the ANF authorities arrested Abbasi and escorted him through the entryway into the judge's chamber, as opposed to utilizing the court's focal door.

The case included unlawful allotment of ephedrine standards worth Rs7 billion to two pharmaceutical organizations – Berlex Lab International and Danas Pharmaceutical. Other than Abbasi, Ali Musa Gilani – child of previous head Yousuf Raza Gilani, and previous wellbeing pastor Makhdoom Shahabuddin were likewise charged for the situation.

Abbasi was reserved for the situation (41/2012) enlisted under areas 9(c), 15 and 16 of the Control of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997. The FIR was held up on the protest of Lt Col Syed Tauqeer Abbasi Zaidi posted at the ANF's Rawalpindi directorate police headquarters. The candidate presented that he was staying away from capture as the body of evidence against him was enlisted with mala fide goal.

The ANF in the examinations had asserted that Abbasi acquired 500kg ephedrine for assembling drugs in 2010 yet rather sold the synthetic to runners. On July 11, the Lahore High Court guided the counter opiates court to settle every day hearings for the case and condemn by July 21.

The case procedures proceeded for a long time amid which five judges changed and explanations of 26 confirmations were recorded. The case was heard without precedent for March 2011.

The ANF presented a challan against Abbasi on July 27, 2012. The pharmaceutical organization of Abbasi and his sibling was charged for getting significantly more ephedrine than it required in 2010, however purportedly pitching it following two years to opiates dealers.

The other denounced named for the situation were Ghazanfar, Ahmed Bilal, Abdul Basit, Nasir Khan, Siraj Abbasi, Nazakat and Mohsin Khursheed.

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