Money laundering reference, Salman Shahbaz’s non-bailable arrest warrant issued, Shahbaz Sharif’s wife and two daughters summoned
Lahore: The Accountability Court has issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for Salman Shahbaz in a money laundering reference and ordered to arrest Salman Shahbaz and produce him at the next hearing on his warrant. The court issued notice to Shahbaz Sharif’s wife, Nusrat Shahbaz, and summoned her for the next hearing. Shahbaz Sharif’s two daughters Rabia Imran and Jawira Ali were also summoned while bailable arrest warrants were issued for son-in-law Haroon Yousaf.
According to media reports, the money laundering reference against Shahbaz Sharif and his family was heard in the accountability court. Shahbaz Sharif appeared in the accountability court. The investigating officer said that warrants were issued for the accused Ali Ahmed, but he could not be arrested. What is the role of this? The investigating officer said that accused Ali Ahmed is the director of one of these companies. The court also issued an arrest warrant for accused Ali Ahmed.
Leader of Opposition Shahbaz Sharif said that I had saved hundreds of billions of this nation. The prosecutor said that NAB is performing all its duties as a national duty. The court said, that what is the matter with Nusrat Shahbaz? He said that warrants of Nusrat Shahbaz were not issued, and Nusrat Shahbaz did not get any property from his parents.
The lawyer said that two false cases were made against Shahbaz Sharif. Shahbaz Sharif said that not a single loose TT transaction was made in my account. My children are independent. The case they are linking with is false. There are rights; if nothing happens in the prosecution, you will be acquitted, Judge Jawad Al-Hassan said, adding that this court will hear and write your position
The court issued notice to Shahbaz Sharif’s wife, Nusrat Shahbaz, and summoned her for the next hearing. The court also summoned Shahbaz Sharif’s two daughters Rabia Imran and Jawahar Ali and issued a bailable arrest warrant for a son-in-law, Haroon Yousuf. Let me go; the court said Mian Sahib! You can go. The court adjourned the hearing of the money laundering case against Shahbaz Sharif till September 10.