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Court to announce its verdict in references against Nawaz today

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court is set to announce its verdict in the Al-Azizia and Flagship references filed against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif today (Monday). As per details, AC Judge Muhammad Arshad Malik will pronounce the verdict which he reserved on Dec 19 after both defence and prosecution sides completed their final arguments in the cases. While hearing the former premier’s plea for submission of some documents related to the Sharif family’s UK properties on Dec 11, the judge rejected the verbal…

Nawaz Sharif to appear before accountability court today

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court to resume hearing into Al Azizia and Flagship corruption references filed against former premier, Nawaz Sharif, in light of the Supreme Court's verdict in Panama Off-shore companies case on Monday (today). The court proceedings will be headed by Judge Muhammad Arshad Malik. Nawaz Sharif is expected to appear before the court. Elder Sharif did not appear before the court on Thursday (November 1) for an unexplained reason and his statement pertaining to Al-Azizia Steel Mill case could…

Flagship reference: Nawaz Sharif reaches Accountability Court

ISLAMABAD: Deposed Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif on Monday reached Accountability Court  in ongoing hearing of Flagship reference against him, filed by the National Accountability Bureau on the orders of the Supreme Court. Judge, Arshad Malik is presiding over the proceedings, while defence counsel Khawaja Haris is continuing cross-examining the prosecution key witness Wajid Zia, who led the Panama Joint Investigation Team (JIT). During last hearing of the case on Friday, Nawaz Sharif’s lawyers asked Accountability…

Accountability Court to resume hearing of flagship reference today

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court to resume hearing of flagship reference on Friday,  against deposed Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on the orders of the Supreme Court. Judge, Arshad Malik will preside over the proceedings, while senior Sharif's counsel Khawaja Haris will continue cross examination of Panama JIT head, Wajid Zia. Yesterday, during hearing of the reference in the accountability court, Wajid Zia while responding to the questions of  Mr Haris, said the…

Nawaz Sharif reaches NAB Court for hearing of Flagship reference

ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif reached Accountability Court on Thursday (today) to appear before it in ongoing trial of flagship reference against him, filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on the orders of the Supreme Court. Judge, Arshad Malik will preside over the proceedings, while defence counsel Khawaja Haris will continue cross examination of Panama JIT head, Wajid Zia on the fourth consecutive day. During hearing of the reference yesterday, Zia testified before the court that Gorneca…

Haris to continue cross-examination of Wajid Zia in Flagship reference today

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court will resume hearing of flagship reference against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday (today). Accountability Judge, Muhammad Arshad Malik will hear the case, which is heading towards its conclusion, elder Sharif is expected to appear before the court in today's hearing. Nawaz's counsel, Khawaja Haris will continue to cross examine the key prosecution witness and Panama JIT head Wajid Zia. Flagship is one of the three references against the Sharif family for holding…

Court adjourns Al-Azizia, Flagship hearing till Wednesday

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court on Monday adjourned the hearing of Al-Azizia and Flagship Investment references till Wednesday and summoned former premier Nawaz Sharif on next hearing.  Accountability Judge Muhammad Arshad Malik presided over the hearing in the federal capital. The former premier was brought to the court from Adiala jail amid stringent security with vehicles carrying jammers and ambulance included in his security convoy. Security personnel were deployed in and outside the court to avoid any untoward…