ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan (PML-N) on Friday said that the decision was taken against Nawaz Sharif and his family members, for six more weeks.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard the petition of accountability court II Judge Mohammad Arshad Malik … ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Supreme Court in six months against Nawaz Sharif and his family members during six months. Last time extended to eliminate graphic cases.
Under the head of the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, three Judge Bench called for the request of two judge Mohammad Arshad Malik, the apex court.
Judge Arshad Malik contacted former court to expel the final date for ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family to eliminate the references of the French Ship and Alia Azizia.
When the hearing started, Nawaz’s lawyer Khawaja Harassment requested the court to eliminate the remaining two references to the Accountability court till December 15.
On which, the Chief Justice said, “We can not give such a long extension,” and the last six-day extension has been extended.
Earlier, the Accountability court court judge Justice Javed Bashir has been given four extensions during the draft hearing.
six weeks have been given to the latest expansion accountability court, which has ended.
An accountability court in 10 years of jail, a accountability court, visited the PML-N leader in a corrupt reference, whereas her daughter, Mary and her husband Captain Safdar, were referred to as a seven-year-old prison term.
Judge Muhammad Bashir lost his property at the Moon Field apartment and London Lane London. He planted 8 million pounds (approximately 1, 292 million rupees) and £ 2 million (about Rs 323 million) on his daughter on the former prime minister.
In addition, three prisoners can be punished for an additional imprisonment, which will not be supported by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
Judge Arshad Malik approached the apex court for the deadline to wrap up the flagship and al-Azizia references against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family.
As the hearing started, Nawaz’s legal counsel Khawaja Harris also requested the apex court to give accountability court another extension to December 15 to conclude the remaining two references.
On which, the Chief Justice said, “We can not give such a long extension,” and the deadline in a six-week extension.
Previously, accountability court-IV judge Muhammad Bashir was given four extensions during the hearing of the case.
the latest extension of six weeks was given to the accountability court, which also has ended.
An accountability court, in Avenfield corruption reference, was given 10 years prison term to the PML-N supreme leader, while his daughter Maryam and his wife Capt. Safdar was handed over seven years’ and one year’s prison term, respectively.
Judge Muhammad Bashir ordered forfeiture of their properties in the Avenfield Apartments and Park Lane of London. He imposed a fine £ 8 million (approximately Rs 1,292m) on the premier and £ 2 million (about Rs 323m) on his daughter.
In addition, three convicts were awarded an additional one year imprisonmenet, which will not consistently cooperate with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Read more story.