Why are NAB cases delayed? The top court informs suspects of prolonged detention

Islamabad – Pakistan’s Supreme Court has today (Friday) taken notice of prolonged detention of suspects of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

Hearing the bail plea of ​​former Punjab Food Director Muhammad Ajmal, the apex court directed the Lahore Accountability Court to present the reasons for the delay in the trial and the time required to record the statements of 38 prosecution witnesses. Inquire in

The top court asked the reason why NAB cases are delayed.

Justice Omar Ata Bandiyal remarked that instead of arresting the suspects, other methods could also be used by controlling their passports, bank accounts and assets.

The court said that it would be an injustice to detain suspects for a long period of time.

Permission to remain in detention for a long time can only be granted if the release of the accused is likely to affect the society or the trial, the court remarked.

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