LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shahbaz Sharif will be arraigned in the Ashiana Iqbal Housing embarrassment case on February 18.
Capture captured Shahbaz on October 5, 2018, in association with the Ashiana Iqbal Housing Scheme case.
Amid the present procedures of the case in the responsibility court, Ahad Cheema and Fawad Hasan Fawad were available yet Sharif was in Islamabad because of a gathering of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
The court asked why Sharif was absent, expressing whether he was sick or had a PAC meeting. DSP Aizaz Shah educated the court that Sharif was not well and furthermore had a PAC meeting.
At this the court expressed that the police were simply gatekeepers and it was the state which was liable on who had permitted Shahbaz Sharif to remain in Islamabad, including that he was not allowed the directly to a medicinal so he wouldn’t show up in court.
Investigator NAB said it was not the department’s obligation to show Sharif but instead the police. The legal advisor for Sharif educated the court that his customer had an issue with his spine and his specialist had exhorted him against long adventures. To this, the court reacted that why not call this specialist and get some information about the report. The court added that as indicated by the report Sharif was fine and it appears his well being disintegrated lying in bed.
The judge hearing the case said Shahbaz Sharif should be arraigned for the situation today, to which the attorney answered that there was no such request.
The court requested for Shahbaz Sharif to be available at all expense amid the following hearing, including that request past request would be given on the off chance that he neglected to show up.
The judge included that Sharif could end the gathering and come, and in the event that he was sick he can take an air rescue vehicle.
The judge educated Sharif’s guidance that his customer would be arraigned amid the following hearing and there will be no reasons worthy on his nonattendance.
The knowing about the case was deferred will February 18.