Court To Indict Suspects In Illegal CDA Contracts Case On Oct 2

Pakistan Today

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court on Friday fixed Oct 2 to indict suspects in a case related to the illegal contracts in Capital Development Authority (CDA).

Judge Muhammad Bashir conducted hearing of the case where prime suspect Iftikhar Rahim and other accused persons were produced before the court.

The judge questioned regarding the provision of reference copies to all suspects in the case. To which, lawyers from both sides apprised the court that they have received copies of the reference.

Bashir remarked that the court should indict suspects today if the copies have reached in the hands of counsels of both parties. However, the lawyers sought more time to read the reference before the indictment of suspects.

The judge further inquired about the presence of other accused persons in the jail. Lawyers responded that there is no suspect left behind in the prison cell.

Later, the accountability court fixed Oct 2 for the indictment of the suspects in the CDA illegal contracts case and adjourned the hearing.

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