A National Accountability Bureau (NAB) team on Friday was unable to deliver arrest warrants issued against the Sharif children — Hassan, Hussain and Maryam — at their Jati Umra residence.
An accountability court had on Tuesday issued bailable arrest warrants for Nawaz Sharif’s children and son-in-law Mohammad Safdar after they failed to appear before it despite repeated summons.
The NAB group, headed by Deputy Director Mehboob Alam and involving Deputy Director Mohammad Kamran and Investigating Officer Imran Dogar, was additionally met with protection from the security staff exhibit at the living arrangement, sources in NAB said.Then, Nawaz’s summons were gotten by his own secretary, Qamar Zaman, in consistence with court orders, sources said.Nawaz had quickly showed up under the steady gaze of a NAB court on Tuesday, putting to rest gossipy tidbits about his choice to not come back to Pakistan and face the courts regarding three defilement references recorded against him.The references took after the Supreme Court’s July 28 decision in the Panama Papers case that had excluded Nawaz from holding open office.”Escaping from the courts isn’t our direction,” he had said in a question and answer session after his appearance in the court.Maryam, Hussain, Hassan and Safdar are at present in London with the weak Kulsoom Nawaz, Nawaz’s companion.
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