AC orders to freeze Shahbaz Sharif and family properties

By Aizbah Khan - Web Editor

11th December, 2019

An accountability court in Lahore has ordered concerned authorities to freeze properties of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) President Shahbaz Sharif and his family.

According to details, the accountability court has announced its verdict in a case filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) related to freezing properties belonging to Shahbaz Sharif and his family including Hamza Shehbaz, Suleman Shehbaz, two wives of Shehbaz including Nusrat Shehbaz and Tehmina Durrani.

The family members of Shehbaz Sharif has been given 14 days to file objections.

The Accountability Court of Lahore, on Wednesday has announced its reserved verdict on a plea, Accountability Court Judge Chaudhary Amir Khan heared the petition.

The anti-graft body NAB had submitted complete record recording freezing of the Shahbaz’s family assets.

According to the NAB report, the Shahbaz Sharif family accumulated assets of billions of rupees through money laundering.

Also read: LHR Court seeks record of Shahbaz’s freezed assets

Earlier, the court had asked from the investigation office (IO) about the purchase date of houses located in Model Town. “The houses were purchased before coming into the power”, the IO had replied to the court’s query.

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