The decision on Nawaz Sharif’s medical basis on application bail will be heard today

The decision on Nawaz Sharif's medical basis on application bail will be heard today

The decision on Nawaz Sharif’s medical basis on application bail will be heard today

Islamabad: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s decision on petition on medical basis will be heard today.

Justice Amir Farooq and Justice Mohsen Akhtar Kayani, the two-member bench of Islamabad High Court, will hear the verdict on 12 o’clock.

The court had reserved the decision on February 20 on Nawaz Sharif’s request.

Nawaz Sharif has begun to release the sentence on medical basis by suspending the punishment while NAB had opposed Nawaz Sharif to be released on bail.

According to sources, in view of the arrival of the workers of PML-N, the workers of special branch will be deployed outside the court, after additional appointment of Islamabad High Court.

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Remember that the Islamic Emirate February 20 secured a decision on petition filed against Nawaz Sharif’s Azziaizee reference on 7 February imprisonment given by the Accountability court.

NAB references background and judicial proceedings

Due to the decision of the Panama case referred to on the issue of the Supreme Court on July 28, 2017, the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was declared as a prime minister and the Supreme Court ordered NAB to investigate against the Sharif family.
On 8 September 2017, NAB filed Azizia Steel Mills, Flagship Investigation and Evening Field Referrals Accountability Court against Nawaz Sharif and his children.

The accountability court, hearing the event of Evening Field Reference, sentenced Sharif to 10 years, his grandmother Maryam Nawaz 7 and Dameed Captain (R) Muhammad Safdar, a year imprisonment, which was suspended by Islamabad High Court.

The Accountability court on December 24, 2018, arrested Nawaz Sharif for 7 years imprisonment in the Yazeedia Reference and felicitated them in Fellowship.

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