Ex-SAD leader Anwar Masih told to surrender in drugs case

Amritsar court rejects Anwar’s plea

Ex-SAD leader Anwar Masih told to surrender in drugs case

Former SAD leader Anwar Masih

Amritsar, July 30

A local court today directed former SAD leader and former Punjab Subordinate Staff Selection Board member Anwar Masih to surrender in court on August 3 as it rejected his application seeking extension of period.

Masih was arrested by the special task force in connection with the seizure of 194 kg heroin from a residential complex allegedly belonging to him last year. He was out on interim bail in the case over health grounds. The court had earlier rejected his application for regular bail. — TNS

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