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Court extends bail for Shehbaz, Hamza in money laundering case

LAHORE:

BUT special central court on Monday extended temporary bail granted to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif and his son Hamza Shehbaz in a money laundering case against them.

Central Court Judge Ijaz Hassan Awan heard the case.

PML-N President counsel Amjad Pervez petitioned in court seeks release for Sharif’s presence, stating that the accused will perform Umrah and should so get a bail extension.

Judge Avan instructed the lawyer to write a petition to the court and also represent the accused in in next a hearing so that the court can formulate a charge and accept the case forward.

To which Pervez asked if the evidence presented by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA),in in challan would result in accused accused?

Azam Nazir Tarar of PML-N informed the court that the investigation complete and report submitted.

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“We have not received any instructions yet,” the prosecutor said.

Subsequently, the court adjourned the hearing of the case until 27 April and extended temporary pledge.

PML-N leader, who expected 23rd prime minister of country, was released on pledge in April 2021 in in money-laundering case. special court (Central-I) of FIA likely to indict Shehbaz and Hamza in 14 billion rupees money laundering case on Monday.

However, the case is now facing uncertainty as FIA Punjab director Muhammad Rizwan, who explores money laundering cases against in father-son duet, gone on leave for indefinite term.

In September 2020, Sharif was arrested by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) after the Lahore High Court rejected his bail. plea in the same case. Sharif was taken into custody from the courthouse, where there were a large number of of Ahead, workers and PML-N supporters gathered. of hearing.

However, on in most cases the doors would be shut to public during their appearances in court, strictly forbidding anyone enter the room for while the proceedings are ongoing.

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Derrick Santistevan
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