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Prime Minister Shahbaz congratulates Maryam, Safdar on the acquittal in Avenfield case

Prime Minister Shahbaz congratulates Maryam, Safdar on the acquittal in Avenfield case

Excuse Maryam Nawaz in The Avenfield case is a huge reproach of political persecution of Sharif family survived, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said.

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marryum Aurangzeb on On Thursday, she said that PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz met Prime Minister Shahbaz after the Islamabad High Court overturned the convictions in Link to Avenfield.

On Twitter, she said that the Prime Minister congratulated Maryam Nawaz. on her and Captain Safdar’s excuse.

“Congratulations to my leader Nawaz Sharif, on the acquittal of Maryam Nawaz, Prime Minister Shahbaz said. – I hope that justice will win in a business against Nawaz Sharif after the evidence of Judge Arshad Malik.”

Prime Minister Shehbaz also expressed gratitude to Allah as beliefs of Maryam Nawaz and her husband Captain (retired) Safdar were annulled.

“I thank God that justice served as justice was served to my daughter Maryam and mine son-in- Safdar law. Dark Age of political victimization has come to an end and the innocent have come out untainted and confirmed,” said Prime Minister Shehbaz.

The Prime Minister said that Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar had passed the most difficult test. with resilience and courage. The Prime Minister tweeted that the court’s decision is in full destroyed facade of lies, slander and reputational damage.

“We bow down to Allah Almighty, who blessed us with success,” he said.

Maryam Nawaz also tweeted that she remembers her mother on this is great day.

IHC justifies Maryam, Safdar in Avenfield case

On September 29, the IHC rehabilitated Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar. in reference to Avenfield invalidating their beliefs in 2018 accountability court.

Shortly before, the IHC had reserved its verdict on Maryam’s appeal against her sentence in Link to Avenfield.

An accountability court, just forthcoming of 2018 general elections hit Maryam with fine of £2 million and sentenced her to seven years for being “instrumental in concealment of properties of her father” as well as one year for non-cooperation with in bureau – sentences that were conditioned run simultaneously.

Supremo PML-N Nawaz Sharif was sentenced to ten years in jail for possessing assets disproportionate to known sources of income while Maryam husband captain (retired) Muhammad Safdar was transferred down two-year strict conclusion.

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