Bahria Town Car Race Case: Arrest Warrants for Ali Riaz Suspended
RAWALPINDI, March 2: The lawyer for Ahmed Ali Riaz, the chief executive officer of Bahria Town, on Wednesday informed the trial court that the Lahore High Court (LHC) had suspended warrants for his client’s arrest.
The trial court had issued non-bailable arrest warrants for him on Monday for not appearing in the court in drag car race.
After receiving the copy of the LHC suspension order, the Additional District and Sessions Judge Chaudhry Aurangzeb put off the hearing till March 10.
Meanwhile, some other legal heirs of the five men killed in the incident submitted their affidavits pardoning Bahria Town chief executive officer Ali Riaz, the marketing manager Waleed Eman and its chief security officer Colonel (retired) Rafaqat Mehmood.
Earlier, on Feb 25 the relatives of the deceased Mohsin Javaid, Babar Ali, Asfandyar, Sohail Khan and his son Danial Khan had submitted their statements saying they had forgiven the three men.
On Tuesday the court denied post-arrest bail to Col (retired) Rafaqat and Mohammad Adil one of the organisers of the race.