Pakistan anti-graft body filed a case of corruption against the deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and three others on suspicion of involvement in illegal allotment of land in the province of Punjab, about 34 years ago.
An arrest warrant was issued against 70-year-old three-time Premier, who is in London for medical treatment.
The national accountability Bureau (NAB) has asked the anti-corruption court to declare Sharif declared a criminal because he hasn’t responded to her call.
Three other accused persons brought them in the NAB Jang/geo Media Group owner Mir Shakilur Rahman, ex-Lahore development authority (LDA) Director Humayun Faiz Rasul and former Director (land) of MIAN Bashir.
In 1986, when he was chief Minister of Punjab, Sharif was supposedly allotted 54-’canal’ (Channel) ground in Lahore in Mir Shakilur Rehman in violation of the rules.
Rahman, who was arrested March 12, to judicial custody.
Directory-Sharif and two officers accused of abuse of power in the allocation of precious land along the canal Rahman in violation of the rules.
Sharif went to London in November after the Supreme court Lahore granted him four weeks permission to travel abroad for treatment.
He submitted an undertaking to the court to return to Pakistan, citing his record before the law and justice, for four weeks, once he is declared healthy and fit to travel to the doctors.
Last month, fresh painting, ‘sick’ Sharif was drinking tea in a London cafe with his family went viral on social media that sparked controversy about his health with the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf members demanding his return to face corruption cases.
In the picture, he saw, sitting at a roadside cafe with her granddaughter. He sported a blue shalwar kameez and a cap and, apparently, looked in the best condition. Sharif was released on bail of al-Azizia mill the case of corruption in which he was serving a seven-year term of imprisonment in Kot Lakhpat jail.
He was also granted bail in the case on the laundering of money to facilitate their travel abroad.
Sharif was diagnosed with a “complex of coronary arteries/coronary heart disease with a heavy burden of disease.”
His daughter Maryam Nawaz said her father was a high-risk patient, so it catheterization/coronary intervention was postponed because of the pandemic of novel coronavirus.
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