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IHC for NAB: Explain to Mariam role in acquisition of Avenfield properties

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) Judge Aamir Farooq on On Tuesday he turned to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). counsel explain how Maryam Nawaz spoke role in buying property in Avenfield in London in 1993 or 2006, when the trust agreement was signed.

Judge Farouk also asked NAB special Prosecutor Usman Chema prove based on evidence that this property was purchased by Nawaz Sharif in 1990s.

He said that if NAB could not prove a business against in principle, Nawaz Sharif was accused then it would not matter of accusations of aiding and abetting.

Judge Farouk also made it clear that any observation by the Supreme Court in Panamagate’s decision had nothing to do with decision regarding Maryam Nawaz’s appeal against her conviction.

He said that NAB should prove did the accusation prove it right? against Maryam before accountability court.

He asked Cheem about the case against Did Maryam and her husband investigate whether the case was investigated by the NAB and whether witnesses were called? for the study.

“We must see how she helped acquire these properties,” Judge Farouk said, further asking NAB counsel how apartments were purchased in 1993.

IHC judge Mohsin Akhtar Kayani said the four charges against Maryam fiction, use of liqueli, misleading the agency and hiding the true facts.

Judge Kayani noted that Maryam did not say that property was hers, or that she owned it. “Miss the trust deed, you don’t have a case,” he said. added.

The prosecutor claimed that Maryam helped, incited and helped her father in property acquisition in 2006.

Judge Farouk asked the NAB about Nawaz Sharif’s crime. role in acquisition of properties.

He said it was “basic criminal law” that the prosecution must prove its position using evidence, even if the defendant admitted of commission crime.

The judge asked what evidence the prosecution had. prove a business against Nawaz Sharif. “The prosecution must establish the fact beyond reasonable doubt,” he said, adding that the proceedings under section 184(3) had been completed. of civil nature.

He inquired about the connection between the two offshore companies and Nawaz Sharif through documentary evidence.

“Who made payment in acquire properties in 1993,” the IHC judge asked, adding that “NAB should prove that the payment is acquire these properties came from Nawaz Sharif.”

Hearing of the case was adjourned until 29 September.

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