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13 October 2017, 10:42 | Devin Moran
NAB team likely to visit London to collect evidence against Sharif family
"Since the NAB has not yet received a reply from the United Kingdom authorities, it has made a decision to pursue the matter in person", a source said, adding that the team would make sure its return before October 13 to submit a report to the accountability court in Islamabad in connection with the indictment of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam and sons Hassan and Hussain.
According to the affixed warrants of Hassan Nawaz and Hussain Nawaz outside court, they will be declared fugitives if they don't appear before accountability court within the duration of one month. The court had chose to separate cases of Hassan and Hussain.
Sharif and his two sons were absent during the hearing as they are in London to attend his wife Kulsoom who is battling throat cancer.
Sharif and his sons have been nominated in all three references, while Maryam and her husband have been named only in a reference related to the family's London flats. The judge ordered the NAB authorities to release Capt. Safdar after he too submitted surety bonds worth Rs. 5 million.
An accountability court is set to indict Safdar, Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz tomorrow in cases filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) following the July 28 verdict by the Supreme Court in the scandal.
Later, a number of lawyers forcefully entered the court room where they created chaos protesting the behaviour of the security forces.
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