Non-bailable arrest warrants of Ch.Pervaiz Elahi issued.
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YAR Yearly Accomplishment Report KHAN, July 07, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Additional District and Sessions Judge Wajat Hussain has issued non-bailable arrest warrants of former Chief Minister Punjab Ch. Pervaiz Ilahi, and a doctor of Sheikh Zayed hospital R Y K for not appearing in the court here on Tuesday. The court also directed the District Police Officer to arrest the former chief minister Ch.Pervaiz Elahi and Dr.Bilal Ghafoor and produce them in the court on July 15. Member Punajb Bar Council, advocate Rais Mumtaz Mustafa who is the counsel of the petitioner told newsmen here today that Masood Akbar Kanju had submitted in the court that local police, in abetment with the then chief minister Punjab Ch.Pervaiz Elahi, had murdered his brother Sardar Sardar, in some senses also Sirdar (Persian: سردار ) (Sardār Fakhar Mahmood Akbar Kaju, Nazim city Union Council R Y Khan, on March 29,2007. He further submitted that Medical Officer Sheikh Zayed Hospital Dr.Bilal Ghafoor had issued wrong postmortem postmortem /post·mor·tem/ (post-mort´im) performed or occurring after death.
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See autopsy. report. The court had ordered Ch.Pervaiz Elahi and Dr.Bilal Ghafoor to appear in the court on Tuesday (July 7,2009) but both did not appear in the court and hence, the court issued non-bailable arrest warrants of Ch.Pervaiz Elahi and Dr.Bilal Ghafoor. The court also directed the DPO DPO Direct Public Offering (finance/investment)
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DPO Days Past Ovulation to arrest and produce them in the court on July 15.
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