The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has given a capture warrant for previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Catch sent a survey to Nawaz Sharif in the Mir Shakeel-ur-Rehman land case however he didn’t answer to the examination group.
The agency got some information about land distribution. It might be reviewed that in 1988, Nawaz Sharif as the Chief Minister of Punjab had given the land to Mir Shakeel, the proprietor of Jang and Geo Group.
Jang Group, otherwise called Geo Group, is an auxiliary of Dubai-based organization Independent Media Corporation. The authority said the NAB would move the responsibility court to pronounce Nawaz Sharif a declared guilty party.
The NAB on March 12 had captured Mir Shakilur Rahman for the situation. He is in the agency’s guardianship on a physical remand till April 28.
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Three-time head Nawaz Sharif left for London in November a year ago after the Lahore High Court conceded him four-week consent for his heart condition.
Sharif was given bail in the Al-Azizia Mills debasement case in which he was serving seven-year detainment in Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat prison.
“When Sharif’s is announced broadcasted guilty party then we will seek after the procedure of his repatriation,” the authority said on Sunday.
“The choice to give Mr Sharif’s capture warrants has been taken on his non-collaboration with NAB in the 54-kanal land in Lahore he had granted unlawfully to Mir Shakilur Rehman in 1986 when he was boss pastor of Punjab,” the authority said.
As indicated by NAB sources, power, gas and water costs of Mir Shakeel’s two houses were paid from the national exchequer