Ayyan Ali’s indictment in currency smuggling case deferred again
RAWALPINDI: The indictment of model girl Ayyan Ali in currency smuggling case was deferred yet again due to absence of customs court judge Rana Aftab Ahmed Khan.
Duty judge Sabir Sultan was hearing the case, during which the prosecutor pleaded to adjourn the hearing till October 5.
The defence lawyer told the court that Latif Khosa would not be able to appear before court on October 5 due to his busy schedule at Supreme Court (SC) because of which he demanded to adjourn hearing till October 8.
Subsequently, the judge marked the presence of accused and adjourned the hearing till October 8.
While talking to media after hearing, Ayyan Ali stated that she wants to talk to media but waiting for right time. She said if she starts speaking, it would take days. She said that she will defend herself at every platform.
“I have spent four months in jail and tried to reach court on every hearing”, she added.
Ayyan vowed she would prove her innocence in the court, adding that she was facing courts for the first time in her life.