Nawaz Sharif requests court for 15-day relief, gets 1 day

Nawaz Sharif requests court for 15-day relief, gets 1 day

Nawaz Sharif requests court for 15-day relief, gets 1 day

While Nawaz Sharif returned from London to Pakistan on September 25, his daughter Maryam and her husband Safdar arrived in Islamabad on Monday to appear before the Accountability Court.

Safdar, who was arrested soon after midnight, was expected to be released after his NAB court appearance with Maryam this morning.

She also said, "Hassan and Hussain would themselves tell about their decision" when asked whether her brothers would return to Pakistan to appear before the court in the NAB proceedings. She was not detained and later reached the court.

Sharif's sons - Hassan Nawaz and Hussein Nawaz - who are British nationals, have opted for not appearing before the court.

The accountability court, which was hearing three corruption references against former Sharif and his family, also issued non-bailable arrest warrants against his children and son-in-law.

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Both separately appeared in the court of Judge Muhammad Bashir. The court also ordered opening of multiple corruption cases against Sharif and his family. Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar will likely face indictment on the next hearing whether Sharif is present or not in court.

Maryam Nawaz, before leaving for Islamabad, said the cases against the family were not for justice but for revenge.

NAB Deputy Prosecutor General Chaudhry Khaliquz Zaman said that since Sharif's sons were declared proclaimed offenders, their properties in Pakistan would be attached. "I do not need to say anything here, the way things have been going on over the past year and a half has revealed the truth to the nation", a leading news channel quoted her as saying. Questions will be raised when the Panama case ends in "iqama" (foreign work permit).

Sharif had to step down as prime minister and president of the ruling PML-N party after he was disqualified by the Supreme Court on July 28 in the Panama Papers scandal. "The judges will have to answer the nation".

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