Lahore: A local magistrate on Thursday ordered to send Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif’s son-in-law Ali Imran to jail on 14-day judicial remand in bakery boy case.
The accused appeared in the court amid high security and in a special Van that is being used for his guards. the judge heard the case and asked the investigation officer for his opinion but the IO neither demanded Ali Imran Physical remand for further investigation nor gave his opinion about the case than the judge decided to send the accuse to jail on judicial remand.
Meanwhile, Ali Imran‘s lawyers filed a bail plea in the court and the magistrate has issued summons for 19th of October for the hearing of bail plea.
Ali Imran on Wednesday had surrendered to police on the directives of Shahbaz Sharif, who is also his father in law.
After ordering a 14-day police remand, a judicial magistrate granted bail to eight other men, six policemen and a civilian, accused of torturing a young bakery worker for not serving Imran’s wife and Shahbaz Sharif’s daughter Rabia Imran.
Mind it ,the incident came into light when a CCTV video surfaced on social media websites showing the bakery employee being beaten by guards of Punjab CM’s daughter and wife of Ali Imran, Rabia Shahbaz.
The CCTV footage indicates that Rabia tried to enter a bakery in Lahore at around 12:00 PM but the bakery was closed. She opened the bakery by force using her guards and wanted to buy some bakery items (probably a cake).