ISLAMABAD: The Sharif household has refused to submit surety bonds as demanded by the federal government to pave the best way for the removing of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s title from the no-fly listing, ARY Information reported on Tuesday, citing sources.
A gathering of a sub-committee of the federal cupboard was held in Islamabad to resolve modalities for eradicating former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s title from Exit Management Checklist (ECL).
Throughout the assembly, Nawaz’s attorneys denied submitting surety bonds for the removing of Nawaz’s title from ECL, added sources.
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The assembly was chaired by the Federal Minister for Legislation and Justice Barrister Farogh Naseem the place private doctor of the previous premier, Dr Adnan Khan and deputy common secretary of the PML-N Atta Tarar appeared earlier than it.
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Two representatives from the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB), Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar, head of the federal government fashioned medical board and secretary well being Punjab had been additionally current.
The cupboard’s subcommittee, afterward, reserved its verdict on whether or not Nawaz Sharif’s title will probably be taken out from the no-fly listing or not.