A special court in Rawalpindi on Saturday issued non-bailable capture warrants against model Ayyan Ali, who has been slipping off from preliminary in a money carrying case subsequent to escaping abroad under false pretenses.
The court requested custom authorities to capture the charged and present her in court by Oct 22.
Customs prosecutor Amin Feroz noted that Ayyan Ali had not turned up in court since December 8, 2015.
Amid the hearing on Saturday, managed by Customs Court Judge Arshad Hussain Bhutta, the charged model’s legal advisor, Sardar Latif Khosa, was absent in court. Rather, a lesser legal advisor, Syed Iqbal Hussain, was sent in his stead.
The junior legal advisor said that Ayyan is unwell due to which she couldn’t be available in court, and asked for that she be conceded brief time away. Be that as it may, the court was enraged by the proceeding with reasons.
The court asked the legal counselor whether he had any new medical certificates to appear for his client, cautioning that exceptions on participation couldn’t be conceded at each hearing to Ayyan based on old medical reports.
The custom prosecutor investigator restricted giving the model any exceptions on showing up under the steady gaze of the court and noticed that new reasons are made with respect to her quality in each hearing.
Feroz asked for that the court issue non-bailable capture warrants for the suspect.
The custom prosecutor had also asked for the court to issue non-bailable capture warrants for the model in September, however the court had chosen to issue bailable capture warrants.
This time, the court acknowledged the custom prosecutors demand and requested the issuance of warrants against Ali.