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Pakistan Islamabad Excessive Court docket Orders Authorities To Unfreeze Nawaz Sharif’s Properties: Report

Pak Court Orders Authorities To Unfreeze Nawaz Sharif's Properties: Report

Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif was declared a proclaimed offender within the Toshakhana case in 2020.


An Islamabad accountability court docket on Friday ordered authorities to unfreeze former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s properties within the Toshakhana reference case, ARY Information reported.

Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) Decide Mohammad Bashir issued the mentioned order on the appliance of the PML-N supremo, requesting the court docket to unfreeze his properties hooked up by the provincial authorities of Punjab after he was declared a proclaimed offender within the Toshakhana case.

The accountability court docket in Islamabad in 2020, ordered the forfeiting of property and properties of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif within the Toshakhana reference.

Nawaz Sharif was declared ’proclaimed offender’ within the Toshakhana reference by an accountability court docket and his everlasting arrest warrant was additionally issued for his continued non-appearance.

The accountability court docket’s decide Asghar Ali launched the orders to forfeit property and properties together with land, luxurious autos, and accounts in native and international banks belonging to Nawaz Sharif, as per ARY Information.

The court docket additionally seized 1,650 canals of agricultural land in Lahore and 102 canals in Sheikhupura, owned by Nawaz, in addition to his home in Murree.

Nawaz was additionally discovered to be proudly owning three autos, together with one Land Cruiser and two Mercedes, in accordance with the report.

Final month, the accountability court docket granted bail to Nawaz Sharif within the Toshakhana case.

The previous three-time prime minister, whose arrest warrant was suspended on October 19, days earlier than his arrival in Pakistan surrendered earlier than the court docket of Decide Muhammad Bashir within the Toshakhana case.

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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