Islamabad HC rejects Sharif family’s safeguard supplication

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday dropped the safeguard solicitations of previous PM Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz and child in-law Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar in association with the Avenfield properties case.

A two-judge division seat containing Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kyani issued a notice to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to present a reaction on advances recorded by the Sharif family.

The seat dismissed the interest to give safeguard to Sharif, Maryam and Safdar, and coordinated the NAB to present its answer to the application looking to suspend their conviction, ARY News revealed.

Moreover, it asked for the specialists to exhibit a total record of the Avenfield judgment in the following hearing.

The judges dismissed a request of Sharif’s lawful insight Khawaja Haris to give a stay arrange, which spoke to the Accountability Judge-I Muhammad Bashir not to begin the procedure of the staying two cases (Al-Azizia and Flagship Investment references) against the Sharif family till the NAB presented its answer, according to the ARY News report.

Haris told the IHC that the responsibility court judge can’t hear the two bodies of evidence against them as the contentions were like those in the Avenfield case. The IHC settled the most recent seven day stretch of July for the following hearing.

On July 6, Sharif and Maryam were sentenced in absentia in the Avenfield reference case by the Accountability Court. While the previous was given ten long stretches of detainment and slapped with a fine of eight million pounds, Maryam was granted eight years in prison and fined two million pounds. Likewise, Safdar was allowed a one-year sentence with no fine.

On Friday, Pakistan’s Ministry of Law and Justice in a warning said that the lawful procedures of the staying two National Accountability Bureau (NAB) reference cases (Flagship Investment and Al-Azizia) against Sharif and his family will occur in Adiala imprison in Rawalpindi.

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