LAHORE – A court on Wednesday summoned Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad on March 27 in a case of tenanting a building in Lahore.

An owner of the building moved the court of rent controller stating that he had rented his building to the AML head for his party office, adding that Rasheed was neither paying the rent nor leaving the building.

The owner alleged that he was receiving threats from the said politician on taking action against him.