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Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar

37 PML-N workers sent to jail for obstructing Safdar’s arrest

RAWALPINDI: A local court on Wednesday sent 37 PML-N workers to jail on 14-day judicial remand in cases registered against them for trying to stop NAB officials from arresting former premier Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law retired Captain Safdar following his conviction in the Avenfield reference.   Rawalpindi police produced the PML-N supporters before Civil Judge Munazza Chaudhry who later sent them to Adiala Jail on judicial remand. Safdar, who had went into hiding after the pronouncement of the Avenfield case verdict,…

Safdar rebuffs any connection with Avenfield properties

ISLAMABAD: Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar has categorically denied any association with Avenfield properties in London during his testimony in an accountability court on Wednesday. On the second day of concluding his testimony in Avenfield case, Safdar declared himself unrelated to most of the questions asked by the court. “The letter submitted by Joint Investigation Team head Wajid Zia on July 3, 2017, and other by Mossack Fonseca dated June 22, 2012 as evidences against Sharif family cannot be made a part of court…