Khawaja brothers’ bail plea rejected by Lahore High Court

The Lahore High Court on Tuesday rejected safeguard applications documented by PML-N pioneers Khawaja Saad Rafique and Khawaja Salman Rafique in a defilement case.

A two-part seat, headed by Justice Baqir Najafi, reported the choice.

The two siblings are boss suspects in a defilement reference documented by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prior this year.

Grab has blamed the Khawaja siblings for unfairly picking up roughly Rs18.2 million from M/s Paragon City (pvt) Limited in their ledgers and neglecting to represent the illicit additions.

During the present hearing, the NAB direction told the court that the counter defilement guard dog had started a request against the two siblings for supposedly owning resources past known methods, yet the request must be shut in 2007 after the two siblings both “won prize bonds”.

“How are prize bonds identified with [the inquiry]?” Justice Najafi inquired.

The NAB legal counselor clarified that the Khawaja siblings had contended that they obtained a fortune of Rs49 million through a ‘fortunate’ prize bond draw; consequently, it couldn’t be therefore demonstrated by investigators that the benefits they possessed had been procured through questionable methods.

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