Nawaz Sharif wanted, Islamabad High Court orders to issue advertisement

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Nawaz Sharif wanted, Islamabad High Court orders to issue advertisement
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Nawaz Sharif wanted, Islamabad High Court orders to issue advertisement

The Islamabad High Court, while hearing appeals against Nawaz Sharif’s conviction in Avonfield and Azizia references, declared former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif wanted at the request of the National Accountability Bureau and ordered the release of his advertisement.

The Islamabad High Court has warned Nawaz Sharif in his order that if he does not appear in court within 30 days, he will be declared a fugitive. However, if they do not appear in court within 30 days, they will be declared admissible.

The Islamabad High Court, while hearing appeals against Nawaz Sharif’s conviction, recorded the testimonies of three witnesses to declare former Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif a fugitive. On which NAB officials told the court that the former prime minister deliberately he is absconding from the court while the evidence against him has been recorded.

The NAB requested the court to place an advertisement in the newspapers as Nawaz Sharif did not want to appear in the court. On which the court ordered the advertisement of Nawaz Sharif’s summons and said that his advertisement should be published in the newspapers and also advertised at his residence.

The Islamabad High Court in its order said that Nawaz Sharif should be advertised in English and Urdu newspapers. It should also be published in the newspapers which are published in the UK. The federal government will bear the cost of the advertisement for Nawaz Sharif’s summons.

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