NAB removes objections, submits references against Nawaz Sharif and Sons

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday presented the references against expelled head administrator Nawaz Sharif and his children, Hassan Nawaz and Hussain Nawaz, to the Islamabad’s Accountability Court subsequent to evacuating the protests raised by the Court’s enlistment center office on September 8.

NAB has also recorded extra archives relating to London pads alongside the reference documented under Section 18-G of the NAB Ordinance 1999. The NAB has construct references with respect to the report of the six-part Joint Investigation Team (JIT), which examined the Panama Papers case, according to the request of the Supreme Court.

Prior, the enlistment center office had raised complaints over the references, expressing that the references were fragmented. It had restored the references and asked the NAB indictment group to re-record.

On Thursday, the NAB’s official board had given the endorsement to document the references. Then, a private TV channel has announced that the recorder’s office, where the procedure of investigation of the references against the Sharif family proceeds, has discovered mistakes in references relating to the Sharif family’s Avenfield lofts and Azizia Steel Mills.

Many pages of the references don’t have page numbers said and some of them have the wrong number printed, and a few records are additional and some fundamental reports were not joined, expressed the channel.

The court has given the enlistment center office till September 14 to totally investigate the archives.