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Ayyan might by killed like Qandeel Baloch: Khosa

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 26, 2016 | Last Updated: 5 years ago
Posted: Jul 26, 2016 | Last Updated: 5 years ago
Photo: Ayyan's official Facebook page

Photo: Ayyan’s official Facebook page

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended non-bailable warrant of model Ayyan Ali till September 21 in the Customs inspector murder case.

The three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Amir Hani Muslim and comprising Justice Ejaz Afzal and Justice Tariq Pervez heard the case.

During the course of proceedings, Ayyan’s counsel Sardar Lateef Khosa told the court that when Customs officer Ijaz Afzal was murdered, his client was in jail.

He feared that Ayyan’s life was in danger as she might be killed like Qandeel Baloch.

The court remarked that it could not interfere in the investigation process as a proper case was lodged against the model, who, however, could apply for pre-arrest bail.

The Additional Advocate General (AAG) Punjab told the court that the widow of deceased Customs officer had filed an application pleading to include her in list of co-accused.

On which the court asked as to whether the statement of deceased’s widow was recorded or not.

The AAG replied that the local court had issued notices to Ayyan Ali two times but she did not appear to record her statement.

Later, hearing of the case was adjourned till date in office.

Earlier, a local court had issued arrest warrants for the model.

Due to her involvement in the money laundering case, Ayyan’s name has been repeatedly put and removed from the Exit Control List since last year. – APP

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