NAB challenges Shehbaz Sharif’s bail in Ashiana housing scam case

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ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday challenged the discharge of the Opposition Chief within the Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif who was granted bail in two circumstances by the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) on February 14, ARY Information reported.

The anti-corruption watchdog moved to the Supreme Courtroom (SC), the place it has challenged a bail granted to Shehbaz Sharif in Ashiana housing society rip-off circumstances.

It’s pertinent to say right here that the NAB had already petitioned within the apex court docket in opposition to Shehbaz’s bail in Ramzan Sugar Mills’ case.

Furthermore, the NAB has additionally challenged bail of Fawad Hassan Fawad.

Learn Extra: NAB to challenge Shehbaz Sharif’s bail in Supreme Court

The petition acknowledged that the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) has not reviewed the information and laws within the [Ashiana Iqbal housing scam] case into proper elements.

The highest court docket had already outlined customary for the supply of bail in NAB circumstances, including that the excessive court docket’s verdict went opposite with the outlined requirements arrange by the judiciary.

Shehbaz Sharif and Fawad Hassan Fawad are key accused within the case. Bails to the individuals have to be suspended after nullifying the LHC’s verdict, the petition pleaded the court docket.

On February 14, the Lahore Excessive Courtroom had permitted the bail plea of Opposition Chief in Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif, ordering his launch.

A two-judge bench comprising Justice Malik Shahzad and Justice Mirza Waqas had given the decision whereas listening to the bail petitions.

Learn Extra: LHC grants bail to Shehbaz, orders release

On February 21, the excessive court docket had launched a 22-page detailed verdict within the Ashiana Housing scandal and a 20-page resolution on the Ramzan Sugar Mills case.

In its detailed verdict, the court docket stated the board of Punjab Land Growth Authority was behind transferring a challenge contract to Lahore Growth Authority. Nonetheless, the NAB had claimed the previous chief minister had misused his authority to switch the challenge.

The court docket stated no cost of economic irregularity was imposed on Shehbaz within the Ashiana case.

Equally, the previous CM has additionally not been accused of any monetary irregularity within the Ramzan Sugar Mills case.

In accordance with court docket, the NAB had raised objection solely on one challenge relating to building of a drain line and it was constructed on plea of MPA Rehmatullah. “The NAB, as a substitute of investigating the function of MPA, made him a witness,” the court docket acknowledged.





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