Foreign residency: Nawaz brothers may not appear before court

Foreign residency: Nawaz brothers may not appear before court

Foreign residency: Nawaz brothers may not appear before court

Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) that is now probing ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family members for graft has granted bail to Maryam, Sharif's daughter, and her husband, Captain Muhammad Safdar on Monday.

Meanwhile, the NAB prosecution asked the court to issue arrest warrants for Nawaz Sharif, who they said had left for London, despite being a primary accused, without informing the NAB authorities.

Capt (retd) Safdar's medical reports were also submitted before the court.

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Maryam Nawaz, 43, along with her spouse, former army captain Muhammad Safdar, returned to the country late last night to appear in the Accountability Court. Maryam, who was not detained, separately appeared in the same court for the first time. Two of Sharif's sons are also due to appear before the NAB court, along with Finance Minister Ishaq Dar.

Pakistan's anti-corruption authorities have arrested former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in- law in multiple corruption cases, officials and local media reported. Sharif's two sons-Hassan Nawaz and Hussein Nawaz- who are British nationals, chose not to appear before the court.

The four cases against the Sharif family are related to their properties in London and Dubai.

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Maryam Nawaz tweeted a picture of Kulsoom in the hospital, with Nawaz by her side, and thanked her followers for their "valuable prayers". "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", the Dawn quoted her as saying. She said judicial system of Pakistan will be tested by her.

Maryam Nawaz said questions will be raised when a case filed on Panama Leaks ended on Iqama (work permit) and that the judges have to answer these questions.

The NAB has also written to the interior ministry to get Hassan and Hussain's red warrants issued through Interpol. After the court proceedings, Maryam told reporters, "They have already punished my father by disqualifying him from office".

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