LAHORE: Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday issued notifications for September 27 at federal government and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on application filed by PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz to return of her passport.
The three-member BAK bench, chaired by Chief Justice Muhammad Amir Bhatti, heard a new civil suit filed by Maryam Nawaz. in a pending application for a writ of injunction.
petitionerx counsel, lawyer Amjad Pervez, argued in court that the LHC division bench made a deposit for his client in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case in 2019, against guarantee worth 70 million rupees and surrender of her passport.
At the request of the court counsel claimed that Maryam Nawaz was accused of only 70 million rubles in cause. He also claimed that four years had passed, but neither the Bureau had submitted any certificates, nor had she been charged.
He introduced this freedom of movement was a fundamental right and not one may be deprived of This is true for for a long time. He claimed that his client was deprived of her fundamental right, despite the violation of four years. counsel assured bench that his client will not hide by saying that Maryam Nawaz has come back from abroad on her free will, formerly. He begged with court to issue directions for come back of Maryam Nawaz passport.
At the same time, the chief justice questioned whether the Islamabad High Court suspended the suspended sentence of Maryam Nawaz.
To which Amjad Pervez stated that the IHC suspended sentencing. on merit and name of his client was also not included in output control list.
Subsequently bench sent a notice to the federal government and NAB for September 27 and adjourned further hearing.