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Lahore: The court on Friday has ordered to paste notices on the walls of Sharif residence after Pakistan Muslim league-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz refused to accept them.

According to detailed information, in a case related to the transfer of 127 Kanal land in Jati Umra, the court has instructed the notice to be sent to the Sharif family.

After refusing to receive the notice, the court ordered them to be pasted on the wall of the house and photos were submitted.

Previously, the local court had prevented the authorities from cancelling the 180 acres of land in Raywind, and summoned all the parties involved in the case, including the Punjab Provincial Government, with relevant information.

Invaluable, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has closed Maryam Nawaz’s request for interim bail in the illegal transfer of 180 acres of land in Raywind.

A two-member bench conducted hearing on the case during which, the court had directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to inform the PML-N leader 10 days prior to arresting her.

Maryam Nawaz adopted the stance that NAB wants to arrest her on the pressure of the government.

The NAB spokesperson told that at least 1,440 kanals of land — 180 acres – was transferred in Maryam Nawaz’s name. This happened after 2013 when 3,568 kanals of land — 446 acres — was transferred in the name of the Sharif family.

The Sharif family was also accused of changing the Lahore master plan in 2015 with the help of the then DCO Noorul Amin Mengal and LDA DG Ahad Khan Cheema. NAB further claimed that the Sharif family had obtained thousands of kanals declared as green spaces in Jati Umrah under the connivance of officials.

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