The Anti-Terrorism Court judge in Faisalabad has issued arrest warrants for Abid Sher Ali, a leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), as he failed to comply with a court order to appear in a case filed against him by citizen Muhammad Adnan. Adnan alleged that Abid Sher Ali and three others were summoned by Madina Town Police SP regarding fraud in a property sale.
Adnan claimed that when a police constable tried to deliver the summons, Ali threatened to set the SP’s office on fire. Adnan requested the court to instruct the police to register a case against Ali under the Anti-Terrorism Act. The court has instructed the police to produce Ali before it on Jan 11.
In another incident, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) offloaded passenger Nazish Javed from a Sharjah-bound flight at Faisalabad airport due to a fake visa stamp on his passport. Javed allegedly obtained the fake visa from an agent in Chiniot, and several fake visa stickers from different countries were found in his possession. The FIA handed Javed over to its anti-human trafficking cell for further investigation.
Additionally, the Government College University of Faisalabad (GCUF) organized the final of its law trial competitions, where two teams from the law department engaged in a criminal trial. The competition, attended by District Judge Raja Qamar Sultan, Additional District and Sessions Judge Iftikhar Hussain, Dean Asim Mehmood, and Law College Chairman Dr Ghulam Murtaza, showcased commendable performances by the students.
Judge Raja Qamar Sultan highlighted the importance of such competitions in unveiling students’ talent and providing valuable learning opportunities. The best-performing teams were awarded certificates of appreciation, and Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Nasir Amin presided over the event.