Lahore Airport Will be Sealed on Nawaz, Maryam’s Arrival

Lahore Airport Will be Sealed on Nawaz, Maryam’s Arrival

File image of Nawaz Sharif with daughter Maryam. Mr Safdar was in Liaquat Bagh to present himself for detention after the accountability court issued his arrest warrants in Avenfield reference.

Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Sunday arrested former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law Mohammed Safdar, from Bhabra Bazaar in Rawalpindi.

His daughter, Maryam Nawaz, widely seen as his chosen political heir, was sentenced to seven years in prison and is disqualified from contesting the elections.

As some of them gained access to the apartment, one protester threw a shopping cart at Aijaz Gul, a member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) United Kingdom unit.

It may be mentioned here that NAB Chairman Justice (R) Javed Iqbal has taken serious notice of provision of shelter to an accused person Captain (R) Muhammad Safdar and creation of law and order situation and ordered the Rawalpindi NAB DG to probe the matter in detail and also identify the culprits who provided shelter to a convict unlawfully and created hurdles in his arrest.

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The accountability court pleaded the apex court for a four-week extension in its request. The interior ministry has already placed their names on the Exit Control List.

PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Auranzeb said a large number of party workers will gather in Lahore from all provinces of the country to give "historic welcome" to Sharif and Maryam. Owing the strict security concerns, media was barred from entering the complex premises.

He had also been sentenced by the accountability court to one year in prison on charges of abetment in the Avenfield case.

She said, "People fly out of the country to evade punishment but we are returning to face it". The bureau had contacted caretaker government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa seeking help in apprehension of Safdar.

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