ISLAMABAD: Ali Enterprises’ owners Abdul Aziz Bhaila and his sons Arshad Bhaila and Shahid Bhaila were granted protective bail on surety bonds of Rs 0.5 million, each, by Lahore High Court’s Rawalpindi bench on Thursday.
They were granted bail until October 1 by Justice Mamoon Sheikh.
Talking to The Express Tribune, their lawyer Sardar Mohammad Ishaq Khan said that the plea submitted stated that since an earlier bail sought from Sindh High Court’s circuit bench in Larkana was expiring on Friday and due to tomorrow being a national holiday alongwith senior Bhaila’s sudden decline in health in Islamabad, the three had to stay back.
The Bhailas were in Islamabad for some personal work.
“Abdul Aziz Bhaila and his sons had come to Islamabad for some work, when he developed some heart problem and had to be admitted at Kulsoom Heart Hospital. He is currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and his sons are with him. Hence they couldn’t return to Larkana on Friday and had to approach LHC’s Pindi bench,” the lawyer said.
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