ISLAMABAD: A two-member bench of the Supreme Court (SC) on Sunday allowed Sardar Nasarullah Dareshak and his son to contest elections from NA-194 Rajanpur.
According to the details, the hearing was held by the two-member bench of the apex court headed by the chief justice of Pakistan (CJP).
Counsel of Sardar Nasarullah said that Indus Sugar Mills is not the property of his client. Ali Raza has six per cent shares in the mills.
It may be recalled that election tribunal rejected nomination papers of Sardar Dareshak earlier.