CM Punjab’s son in law arrested by Police in Bakery Case

Lahore: The Punjab police have arrested the son-in-law of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif. Ali Imran who is the son in law of Shahbaz Sharif was held in the case of beating a bakery worker or employee in Lahore city.

Rabia Imran, the daughter of Chief Minister Punjab is allegedly involved in a case or beating a bakery employee just on the issue that he refused to serve her as the bakery was closed due to cleaning. According to the local news, Ali Imran went to the Cantt police station to record his statement regarding the bakery case, and the police arrested him in the same case, as he was also involved in beating the bakery worker.

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The Elite Force officials, who were involved in this case have also been suspended. SP Investigation Maroof reported that the son-in-law of Chief Minister had been arrested under the Act 109 of the constitution. The police officials and security guards of Shahbaz Sharif who were involved in the bakery case have been arrested by the police and sent behind bars on 14 days judicial remand yesterday.

This bakery case has becoming the more serious as Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has stated that the law must be same for everyone. He has also intervening in this case, so that no one could raise the finger on the Mian family. He has decided to take action in the case of her daughter and son-in-law, who are involved the bakery worker beaten up scandal.

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2 comments

  1. Chief Minister has announced that the law should be equal for every person, so her son-in-law had been arrested but the court has granted him the bail

  2. It was just a rumor or scandal or you can say a preplanned game to get the name of Ali Imran on news papers and news channels, as he can be able to appear in upcoming elections.

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