IHC to listen to Nawaz’s bail plea on medical grounds at this time

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) will take up the plea filed by the previous incarcerated prime minister Nawaz Sharif looking for bail within the Al-Azizia case on medical grounds on Wednesday (at this time).

The division bench comprising Justice Aamir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani will preside the listening to.

Within the final listening to, the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB)had submitted its detailed reply within the court docket.

The NAB has requested the Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) to throw out a petition filed by former prime minister Nawaz Sharif looking for his launch from jail on medical grounds.

In an in depth reply submitted to the IHC in response to Sharif’s plea, the anti-graft watchdog said that the petition at hand is the third one looking for aid on the grounds just like earlier ones and due to this fact, will not be maintainable and liable to be dismissed with exemplary prices.

NAB said the grounds on the idea of which Sharif sought his launch are “non-conclusive observations contained in a medical report of the so-called Particular Medical Board and suggestion and doesn’t manifest any critical ailment endangering the lifetime of the petitioner and on this floor alone the petition deserves dismissal.”

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“In accordance with medical studies compiled by the particular medical board of the Sharif Medical Metropolis, the petitioner is affected by two alleged illnesses, together with Lymphadenopathy and Renal Artery Stenosis inflicting hypertension,” reads the reply.


Sharif is presently serving a jail time period of 7-years on being confirmed responsible in Al-Azizia reference filed in opposition to him by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB).

Earlier, Sharif had returned to Kot Lakhpat Jail upon the expiry of six-week bail granted to him by the Supreme Court docket on medical grounds.



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