Ephedrine case: PM secretary Lashari negates Brig Fahim’s accusations

Whenever the court issues a notice, I will challenge Fahim's statement: Lashari

Web Desk April 12, 2012

ISLAMABAD: In a letter sent to force commander ANF, Brigadier Fahim Ahmad Khan, the principal secretary to the prime minister, Khushnood Lashari declared that the commander had falsely accused him, Express News reported.

The letter, which was previously reported to be a statement, was actually written to the ANF commander and a copy was sent to the Supreme Court Registrar.

According to Lashari’s letter, Brigadier Fahim’s statement, which was earlier presented in the Supreme Court contained false accusations against the secretary and was also incorrect under section 161 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CRCP).

Lashari also accused Brigadier Fahim of misleading the court with his statement, saying that the commander had come to meet him at his office not once, but four times.

He further declared that whenever the court issued a notice to him, he would come forward and challenge the commander’s statement.

Lashari said that on Tuesday, the Supreme Court directed him to become a part of the investigation and that he had written the letter in compliance of the Supreme Court’s orders.


Reader | 9 years ago | Reply

Butt saab I hope you are well versed with the containers case and How army men made money out of it..I'm sure you are not oblivious of an army men who end up with plots in every big city of Pakistan. Stop acting as if army is full of saints and impeccable people. Yess politicians are corrupt because media and other elements are exposing them, but once the focus of Camera changed you'll come to know such pious people are also among them. For instance, SC hesitance to initiate any action against Musharaf is self evident. and now mehran Gate as well..

Asif | 9 years ago | Reply

I am sure the Ecstasy or crack cocaine that was derived from the Ephedrine ended up in the hands of US troops in Afghanistan. This is what big Daddy is going to say to take more control of Pakistan.

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