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Accountability court grants bail to Maryam Nawaz, Captain (r) Safdar

ISLAMABAD-UNS – Accountability court on Monday has approved bails of ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz and his son-in-law Captain (r) Safdar after their appearances in references filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) over Panama Leaks case.

During the hearing conducted by Justice Bashir, lawyer Tariq Fazal Chaudhry submitted two surety bonds worth Rs5 million each after which Maryam Nawaz and Captain (r) Safdar were granted bails.

Meanwhile, the court has rejected NAB’s request to confiscate Safdar’s passport and to issue his judicial remand, however, the accused has been directed not to leave the country without court’s permission. Copies of references have also been handed over to the PML-N leader.

Talking to media, Maryam Nawaz said that we appeared before the court despite reservations, adding that 20 crore people elected Nawaz Sharif as their PM and the court ousted him in a second.

She asserted that we are being trialed despite disqualification. My brothers are living abroad and Pakistani laws do not apply on them, they will decide about their appearance by themselves, she continued.

Maryam Nawaz stated questions will be raised when a case filed on Panama Leaks ended on Iqama and that the judges have to answer these questions. She maintained that questions sent to Panama Joint Investigation Team (JIT) are still unanswered as they were baseless allegations.

Nawaz Sharif was disqualified over already decided verdict and references were prepared against him. Its our victory that one by one trials were filed against us and we survived them, she added.

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