Lahore: Monday’s meeting court has extended the temporary bail period of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chairman Shebaz Sharif and his son Hamza Shebaz in a money laundering case to August 16th.
During the hearing, the FIA investigation team has submitted records to the court.
Earlier, FIA officials informed Shehbaz Sharif and Hamza Shehbaz that they had joined the investigation, but it had not yet been completed, so they sent them a notice of the reason for the performance and asked them not to participate in the investigation.
The lawyer for the PML-N president told the court that they were busy with the NAB case and therefore failed to join the process.
Shebaz Sharif accused the FIA investigation team of harassment and told the court that his family had suffered losses of billions of rupees and that he opposed his family only to provide ordinary people with cheap sugar.
The opposition leader further stated that when he came to power, the country experienced a 20-hour power outage in a day, but the PML-N government installed cheap power plants with the help of China.
The PML-N chairman further stated that his NAB case has been transferred to the FIA and accused the officials of the investigative agency of using foul language and making fun of him.
After hearing Mian Shehbaz Sharif’s complaint, the court instructed the officials concerned not to harass the PML-N leader.