Nawaz Sharif files application with Home Department Punjab for bail extension


LAHORE: In the light of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) decision, former premier Nawaz Sharif and his family has appealed to the Home Department Punjab to extend his bail period.

The source said that the court had ordered Mr. Sharif to request the Punjab government for further assistance under Section 401 (2) of the Criminal Procedure Act (CrCP) of 1898.

IHC has announced that Sharif’s bail will remain in effect until the provincial government decides on the application, until the provincial government decides otherwise. On the order of the court, mr. Sharif request the Punjab guarantee.

On October 29, the Supreme Court of Islamabad (IHC) suspended the judgment of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for eight weeks on medical grounds in the Al-Azizia reference case. The court ordered him to submit two Rs.2 crore deposits to the court to ensure his release.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif filed a bail request with his brother Nawaz, who is being treated at Lahore Service Hospital. The court further announced that contact should be made with the Punjab government to extend the bail period.

On October 25, Mr. Nawaz bail on medical grounds in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case in the Supreme Court of Lahore. The former prime minister submitted two secured bonds worth Rs 10 for release.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif has filed for bail to release his brother from detention in the National Accountability Office (NAB).

After the verdict, his lawyer Azam Nazir Tarar said to Reuters: “We applied for bail because his health had deteriorated and he needed better treatment.”

On November 19, mr. Sharif in London, three weeks later, the Islamabad High Court secured him and his brother Shahbaz Sharif for medical reasons in the Al-Azizia case by the Islamabad High Court for medical reasons. Traveling abroad.

Mr. Sharif and his family have also consulted with a number of doctors, including doctors who specialize in heart problems and immune diseases.

Accountability Judge Mohammad Arshad Malik convicted Sharif in the Al-Azizia case on December 24 last year, but in the Flagship Investment case condemned him. Sharif was sentenced to 7 years in the Al-Azizia reference and was fined twice-Rs 1.5 crore and $ 25 million. Disqualification from 10 years in prison.

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