Lahore: A local court on Thursday sent Ali Imran, the Punjab Chief Minister’s son-in-law, on 14-day judicial remand in a case pertaining to torture on an employee of a bakery in Lahore.
The CM had ordered on Wednesday that his son-in-law be included in the investigation in the case, saying rule of law is dearest to him than his life.
A CCTV footage showed a couple of days ago seven elite force officials including an alleged body-guard of chief minister’s son-in-law Ali Imran beating up an employee of a bakery minutes after Sharif’s daughter bullied him at his shop.
The police on Thursday (today) produced Imran in a local court and requested the court to send him on judicial remand.
The court approved the request and sent Imran on 14-day judicial remand.
Soon after the remand, Imran’s counsel also filed bail plea in the court which will be heard on Friday.