ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the counsels for Bahria Town to produce till February 28 the affidavits of compromise reached between the accused of drag car race and the legal heirs of the five victims. A four-member bench comprising Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Muhammad Sair Ali, Justice…
Apex court says report on event submitted by Punjab Police has ‘many lapses’ ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed displeasure on a report that was submitted by the Punjab Police on a drag race in which five people had lost their lives, saying there were many lapses in it.
ISLAMABAD: Former Inspector General of Police Syed Kaleem Imam on Tuesday rendered an unconditional apology for trying to influence the investigations in Bahria Town car race case. Moreover, the Supreme Court (SC) again reprimanded the investigation officials for the slow progress on the case.
ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry is reluctant to issue red warrants for the arrest of Atif Sheikh, the organiser of the Bahria Town car race that claimed five lives on December 5. This was stated by Advocate General of Punjab Khawaja Haris on Friday during the hearing of the case in the Supreme Court.
ISLAMABAD (January 18, 2011) : Showing sheer annoyance over grant of protective bail to Ali Riaz, son of chief executive of Bahria Town by Sindh High Court in a drag race, which claimed five lives on December 5, 2010, the Supreme Court on Monday cancelled the bail.