Lahore: On Tuesday, an accountability court in Lahore extended the remand period of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and National Assembly Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif to October 20th.
National Bank submitted Shehbaz Sharif to the Lahore Accountability Court after the expiry of its 14-day remand period and asked for it to be extended.
At the last hearing, Shehbaz Sharif complained that everyone knew he had suffered from low back pain for the past 25 years, but despite this, the NAB authorities deliberately put his food on the table instead of on the table.
Shehbaz Sharif added that all of this happened under the direction of PM Imran Khan and Shehzad Akbar, and warned that if his health is threatened, a lawsuit will be filed against Imran Khan and his advisers.
Earlier on September 29, accountability court granted the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) 14-day physical remand of Shehbaz Sharif, a day after his arrest.
Jawad-ul-Hassan, judge of the Court of Accountability, announced the decision and ordered the opposition leader to appear in court again on October 13.