LHC disposes of Maryam’s ECL plea, directs govt to resolve matter in seven days


Lahore: The Lahore High Court (LHC) announced Monday that the vice-president of the Islamic League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan, has asked Maryam Nawaz to remove his name from the checklist (ECL) and has her instructed to go to the home office. Erover.

The two-part bank, led by Judge Ali Baqir Najafi, heard requests from PML-N leaders through lawyers Amjad Pervez and Azam Nazeer.

During the hearing, Maryam Nawaz’s lawyer said that his client’s name was on the flight ban and that she did not hear her position. He told us that there is no better forum than a court, and that is why we are raising this issue here.

The judge asked about the petition for revision and the lawyer said that the federal minister was determined not to let Marianne Navas go abroad. He further said that the government would never make a decision in favor of Marianne because the government did not want her to travel abroad.

Justice Ali Baqir remarked, “You should first contact the interior ministry and wait for its decision, then approach the judiciary.”

The court then processed the petition and instructed the federal government to rule on the issue within seven days.

In early November, the LHC saved Maryam Nawaz in Chaudhry Sugar Mills on two $ 10 million counts of secured bonds and passports.

On August 8, the NAB team arrested Maryam Nawaz outside the prison of Kot Lakhpat in Lahore for a meeting with his father Nawaz Sharif for skipping Appearance of Chaudhry Sugar Factory.

Maryam Nawaz was unable to provide the required data for a foreign investment in a sugar factory, but she also failed to meet the Agency’s requirements regarding the source of income from the purchase of shares. NAB also claims that three foreigners have transferred 11,000 shares worth 10 million rupees in the name of Maryam Nawaz.

On July 19, the Court of Appeal rejected NAB’s petition, stating that Maryam Nawaz had presented a false deed of trust in Avenfield’s reference material.

Judge Mohammad Bashir declared the appeal of the anti-corruption supervisory body untenable and ruled in the Islamic Supreme Court (IHC) on the petition of Maryam for ownership of Avenfield. No action can be taken for the ruling.

On July 6, 2018, Mohammad Bashir, an accountability judge, challenged former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Marian in the Avenfield Real Estate Recommendation. Maryam Nawaz was sentenced and sentenced to 10 and 07 years in prison respectively.

In the verdict, judge Bashir had declared that “The trust deeds produced by the accused Maryam Nawaz were also found bogus… In view of the role of this accused Maryam Nawaz, she is convicted and sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for seven years with fine of two million pounds.”

She was arrested and taken to Adiyala prison. Later, in September 2018, she was released from prison after her prison sentence was suspended by the Islamabad Supreme Court.

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