Karachi will no longer have any space to bury the lifeless, remarked the leader justice of the Sindh high courtroom even as listening to a China-cutting and unlawful allotment of land case on Wednesday.
Suspects accused of illegally promoting Karachi Water and Sewerage Board land in Karachi’s Gulistan-e-Jauhar have filed a bail petition in the courtroom. they may be stated to be aides of the ‘mastermind’ of china-cutting Muhammad Ahsan alias Chunnu Mamu, who is reportedly affiliated with the London-based totally management of the Muttahida Qaumi movement.
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“human beings within the courtroom are pretending to be absolutely harmless when in reality they wouldn’t even pull away from promoting a graveyard,” said leader Justice Ahmad Ali Sheikh.
NAB’s prosecutor informed the courtroom that the metropolis authorities had allotted the Sindh government’s land illegally.
The court has given NAB four weeks to complete the inquiry. The case has been adjourned until September 26.