LAHORE - Additional Sessions Judge Lahore, Sheikh Sajjad Ahmed on Thursday extended interim bail of PML-N MPA Shumaila Rana till July 27 in the credit card theft case registered against her with Police Station Ghalib Market on the complaint of Mughees Islam, a close relative of Zaira Malik. The court extended MPAs bail after her counsel told it would be impossible for him to argue case due to lawyers strike on Thursday. A counsel also submitted power of attorney on behalf of jewellery shops owner to bring his point of view before the court as well. He pleaded that the banks were not giving him the payment which MPA used at his shop through credit card. Investigation officer told the court that Shumaila has joined the investigation and her statement has been recorded in which she had denied stealing of Zairas credit card. She claimed she had visited the jewellery shop possessing her fathers credit card but she made no shopping there. IO also informed the court that he had taken alleged stolen credit card in his custody and recorded statement of Zaira, the holder of the card. After the postponement of hearing, Shumaila told mediamen in her brief talking that she had not committed any fraud and she had full confidence in courts. She vowed she would soon prove her innocence. The people shielding MPA used harsh language against media persons and forcibly pushed them away. As per allegations levelled in the FIR the MPA had stolen credit card of Zara Malik from Sukh Chain Health Club and later bought jewellery and garments worth Rs 80,000 from two different shops at Liberty Market. Court adjourns hearing Civil Judge Javed Iqbal Sipra on Thursday adjourned the hearing of suit against PML-N MPA Shumaila Rana and her mother Anjum Ara seeking possession of a house allegedly from the illegal occupation of the defendants. The court adjourned the hearing for July 28 due to lawyers strike against DDO(R) Cantt. The plea has been filed by a citizen Zafar Abbas contending that Shumaila and her mother took his house at Badian Road on rent which they are using now as an office. He argued the defendants were neither paying him rent nor vacating the house. He prayed to the court to help him retrieve his house and payment of the rent. On previous hearing, the court had issued notice to the defendants for their appearance.