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    'Not afraid of arrests': Maryam, Capt Safdar granted bail in NAB reference

    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) arrested Captain (retd) Mohammed Safdar as soon as he landed at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport on his return from London, while his wife Maryam Nawaz left for her house, Express News reported.

    Maryam will appear in an accountability court on Monday for the hearing of three references related to the Panamagate case.

    Arrest warrants for Safdar were issued by an accountability court after he and other members of the family failed to appear before it.
    Sharif and his sons Hasan and Hussain Nawaz will not be appearing and an application in this regard will be moved in the court. The court is likely to collect surety from Maryam and Safdar to ensure their appearance in the proceedings and then provide them copies of the references and records. The court may call them again within seven days to frame charges, as the indictment will not be possible in the absence of Sharif.
    Sharif urges supporters to brace up for ‘revolution’

    NAB has prepared a compliance report on the warrants for the arrest and the prosecutors will present it in the court. According to the penal code, the charges cannot be framed if all the accused are not present in court.

    According to legal experts, in such a situation the accountability court may separate the case of the present accused or deem those absent as absconders.

    Strict security arrangements have been made for today’s hearing. Police will be deployed instead of Rangers and only those people will be allowed to enter the judicial complex whose names have already been provided to the law enforcers. Media representatives will be allowed to enter the complex but only a few representatives will be permitted inside the courtroom with a special permission from the registrar.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1526178...am-heads-home/

    So the drama enters new phase, Captain Safdar arrives with wife maryam Safdar. Poor captain gets arrested while wife comfortably goes home.

    PMLN supporters seen blocking the NAB car taking captain Safdar taking selfies and having fun

    Many PMLN ministers present to interfere and stop NAB taking captain Safdar. Let's not forget NAB is also under PMLN government and it's head is a corrupt man who takes orders from Sharifs.

    Next week it will be Maryam and then others and their supporters will play victim card to convince people they are not corrupt but victim of conspiracy (Indian Guru Ram Rahim wala drama).

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    Nawaz Sharifs personal employees (Geo/Jang) working on the very predictable script of "lut gaye mar gaye"



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    ^ will someone ask this ganja what will backfire ? becoz in any case the casualty is gonna be Democrazy.
    idiots of the highest order.


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    Why they let Maryam go.

    Looks Noora kushti to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Zero View Post
    Why they let Maryam go.

    Looks Noora kushti to me.
    That's exactly the question, why did they let her go as she was the main culprit and Safdar is in trouble due to non declaration of assets of his wife.

    It is indeed noora kushti as NAB reports to Sharif government and this drama is being staged to show the world that the family is being victimised.

    Noon league workers at middle of night were lying in front of car in which Captain was being taken and were taking selfies and having fun.

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    Pakro pooray chor khandaan ko

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waseem View Post
    That's exactly the question, why did they let her go as she was the main culprit and Safdar is in trouble due to non declaration of assets of his wife.

    It is indeed noora kushti as NAB reports to Sharif government and this drama is being staged to show the world that the family is being victimised.

    Noon league workers at middle of night were lying in front of car in which Captain was being taken and were taking selfies and having fun.
    All scripted, PMLN female ministers came at 2,3 AM in heavy make up lol

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    'Not afraid of arrests': Maryam, Capt Safdar granted bail in NAB reference

    Maryam Nawaz, daughter of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, and her husband retired Captain Muhammad Safdar appeared before an accountability court in Islamabad on Monday in connection with a reference prepared against them by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

    Maryam arrived at the court amid tight security Monday morning, accompanied by senior PML-N leaders and ministers. Her husband, who was taken into custody by NAB upon his arrival to Pakistan, was brought to the court later.

    The son-in-law of Nawaz Sharif and his wife had arrived from London on Monday morning to appear before the accountability court in connection with the NAB reference pertaining to London properties owned by the Sharif family.

    During the hearing, PML-N leader Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry submitted surety bonds worth Rs5 million on behalf of Maryam. She was also provided a copy of the NAB reference along with relevant details.

    After hearing arguments from the prosecution, the court accepted bail of both Maryam and her husband. The judge ordered NAB authorities to release Capt Safdar after he too submitted surety bonds worth Rs5m.

    The judge also barred Capt Safdar from leaving the country without the court's permission.

    The couple separately left the court after acceptance of their bail.


    Exemption request rejected

    The court also heard arguments on an application filed by Nawaz Sharif seeking permanent exemption from appearance in the court.

    When the court asked Sharif's counsel, Khawaja Harris, whether he was requesting exemption from today's hearing only, the lawyer responded that his client had gone to London to look after his ailing wife and he should, therefore, be granted permanent exemption.

    After initially reserving the decision, the court rejected the application for Sharif's permanent exemption, allowing him to be absent from today's hearing only.

    Meanwhile, the NAB prosecution asked the court to issue arrest warrants for Nawaz Sharif, who they said had left for London, despite being a primary accused, without informing NAB authorities. Accountability Judge Mohammad Bashir reserved his decision on this matter.


    Hassan, Hussain declared proclaimed offenders

    The accountability court declared Hassan and Hussain Nawaz proclaimed offenders for repeatedly failing to appear before the court in connection with the NAB references

    The court also issued perpetual warrants for the arrest of Nawaz Sharif's two sons, and separated their trial from other members of the family.

    Asked when her brothers, Hassan and Hussain Nawaz, will appear before the court, Maryam said they would take their decisions themselves.

    "My brothers live abroad... the laws of here [Pakistan] don't apply to them."

    The hearing was adjourned until October 13, when members of the Sharif family will be indicted.

    'These trials will last until day of judgement'

    Talking to reporters after her appearance before the court, Maryam said her family is being tried despite already receiving the punishment — the disqualification of her father Nawaz Sharif.

    "These trials will last until the day of judgement unless something emerges in which he [Sharif] or anyone from his family is caught," she said.

    Maryam said the questions taken up by the Supreme Court-mandated Joint Investigation Team regarding her family businesses continue to remain questions "because they are false allegations with no answers".

    She said her father had been disqualified on the basis of a pre-decided verdict.

    "Questions will be raised when the case starting on Panama ends in iqama... and the judges will have to answer them."

    Maryam said her family members had presented themselves for accountability and the legal troubles against them would soon come to an end.

    "We are not among those who worry about arrests."


    Safdar taken into custody

    Capt Safdar was taken into custody by a NAB team minutes after he landed at Benazir Bhutto International Airport along with his wife Maryam from London in the early hours of Monday morning.

    The NAB authorities had to seek help of the Islamabad police when the charged workers of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-N lay down in front of the NAB vehicle carrying Capt Safdar.

    The arrest followed issuance of non-bailable warrants by the accountability court for Capt Safdar after he failed to appear on previous hearings despite notices.

    Amid slogans by the PML-N supporters, Maryam Nawaz left the airport for the residence of PML-N leader Chaudhry Muneer, reports said.

    Earlier, before her departure for Islam*abad from London on Sunday, Maryam Nawaz said that the so-called accountability of her family continuing for the past over one year was not for justice but for revenge. But she quickly added that she was returning “to test the judicial system”.

    Capt Safdar told Geo News that the couple had decided to return to Pakistan on the advice of their lawyers.


    NAB references

    A five-member bench of the Supreme Court on July 28 had directed NAB to file references against Nawaz and his children in six weeks in the accountability court and directed the trial court to decide the references within six months. The Supreme Court also assigned Justice Ijazul Ahsan a supervisory role to monitor the progress of the accountability court proceedings.

    The former premier and his sons have been named in all three NAB references, while Maryam and husband Safdar have been named only in the Avenfield reference.

    The trial court judge has already decided that in case the children of Nawaz Sharif do not join the proceedings, the court would indict Sharif alone and start his trial separately.

    On Oct 2, the accountability court issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Sharif's sons — Hussain and Hassan Nawaz — and son-in-law Capt Safdar for failing to appear in court. The judge, however, did not issue non-bailable warrants for Maryam but repeated the bailable arrest warrants after the counsel for Sharif assured the court that she and her spouse would join the proceedings on the next date of hearing on October 9.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1362678/no...-nab-reference


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    This whole process with NAB looks more and more like a bad script to clear the mafia family. It wont be long before witnesses either disappear or wont testify or have deliberate memory losses. Even for the process to come this far in this mafia state shows what an incredible job the Kaptaan has done and how kindly history will remember him. The guy has his flaws but boy does he love his country!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waseem View Post
    Nawaz Sharifs personal employees (Geo/Jang) working on the very predictable script of "lut gaye mar gaye"


    The "will backfire" part. Is it a threat to NAB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    The "will backfire" part. Is it a threat to NAB?
    Most like warning to establishment by saying that in this way pmln would be more popular.

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    Thousands of PMLN workers sitting in front of NAB



    Raise your words, not voice. It's rain that grows flowers, not thunder... (Rumi)

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    PMLN supporters should be thoroughly embarrassed by the actions of their party. Forget the corruption aspect, just look at stupid tweets they’re coming out with.

    PMLN is either extremely stupid and have no understanding of the law OR even worse, they have zero respect for their supporters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebGuru View Post
    Thousands of PMLN workers sitting in front of NAB

    including ants?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    including ants?
    Actually there were a few thousands more i noticed in the next pic



    Raise your words, not voice. It's rain that grows flowers, not thunder... (Rumi)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebGuru View Post
    Actually there were a few thousands more i noticed in the next pic

    Typical Nooras, waiting for Keema naan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Typical Nooras, waiting for Keema naan.
    Waiting for their chappli kebabs more like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick85 View Post
    Waiting for their chappli kebabs more like it
    Its as if their self respect and dignity has been drained out of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Its as if their self respect and dignity has been drained out of them.
    That is prerequisite for being a Noora


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    "My brothers live abroad... the laws of here [Pakistan] don't apply to them." - Maryam Nawaz Sharif



    Haan maaf karna shehzadi madam, qanoon tou hum bhookay nangoon ke liyay hai...... ap ke shahi khandaan pe qanoon thori lagu hota hai.




    But but but army is derailing jamhoriat #DW44 logic


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    https://www.dawn.com/news/1363549/ma...atecrash-court

    An accountability court was forced to adjourn the proceedings in a graft case against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif's daughter and son-in-law — Maryam Nawaz and Muhammad Safdar — after PML-N lawyers and supporters tried to forcibly enter the building and create mayhem.

    Just as the accountability court judge, Justice Muhammad Bashir, entered his courtroom, a number of lawyers associated with the PML-N forced their way inside and surrounded the judge's bench, loudly complaining that they had been manhandled by security forces outside the court and prevented from entering the courtroom.

    The lawyers threatened to hold up the hearing until action was taken against the police officials who had allegedly manhandled them outside the court.

    As a result of the chaos, Justice Bashir decided to prematurely halt court proceedings for the day and asked both defendants to leave the courtroom and return for a hearing on October 19.

    Once PML-N supporters and lawyers found out that the hearing had been adjourned, the crowd dispersed.

    Imran Khan accuses PML-N of attacking the judiciary
    Reacting to the situation, Imran Khan sent out a torrent of tweets accusing PML-N of attacking Pakistan’s judiciary.

    “Today the PMLN attacked Pakistan's judiciary for the second time - today it was to protect the over Rs 30 b Sharifs' loot stashed abroad,” he tweeted.

    Taking notice of the incident, the interior ministry asked Islamabad Police to compile a detailed report of the incident.

    One male and one female lawyer, as well as two female police officers and one lady constable, were injured in the scuffle outside the accountability court.

    The police has recorded statements from the three injured police personnel and will file a report.

    While talking to the media, PML-N's Talal Chaudhary dismissed reports that PML-N lawyers had tried to force their way into the court, saying: "PML-N workers did nothing, the incident happened due to overcrowding, that is it."

    Controversy has surrounded the security detail around the Judicial Complex since Oct 2, when Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal lashed out at Punjab Rangers for barring PML-N leaders, lawyers and supporters of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif from entering an accountability court.

    In his statement to the media Iqbal had said that whoever had asked Rangers to secure the Judicial Complex had “challenged the writ of the government" and ordered a high-level enquiry into the incident.

    At the time, it was said that neither the interior ministry, nor the chief commissioner had ordered Rangers to take up security of the Judicial Complex.

    Following the episode the paramilitary force withdrew its personnel from Parliament House.

    As a result of this, Iqbal had sought an explanation from the Punjab Rangers director general over the unilateral withdrawal of security from Parliament House, as well as the deployment at the Federal Judicial Complex during the hearing of references against Nawaz Sharif without being requested.

    The Frontier Constabulary was ordered to take charge of security of the Parliament House following the unilateral withdrawal of Rangers personnel.

    Days after the episode Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor defended the Rangers’ action and said that written orders were not issued on all occasions.

    Commenting on Iqbal’s statement regarding “challenging the writ of the government” Ghafoor said, “A soldier who is deployed [somewhere] is doing his duty, and if he is told not to allow irrelevant people... it is possible [to consider] someone who does not have [credentials] as an irrelevant person”.

    The report ordered to place responsibility of the Oct 2 incident has yet to be submitted to the interior ministry.

    Accountability court proceedings
    On Oct 9, the accountability court in Islamabad had observed that Sharif, Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar would be indicted on Oct 13 (today).

    It had also ordered NAB to initiate the process of declaring Sharif’s sons — Hassan and Hussain — proclaimed offenders, for consistently skipping court proceedings in the graft references pertaining to the Park Lane flats and the establishment of offshore companies.

    NAB has given them 30 days (from Oct 11) to appear in court.

    During her three-day stay in Lahore, Maryam did not visit her Jati Umra residence but stayed at her son-in-law’s home on The Mall.

    She did not meet party workers from NA-120, many of whom were expecting her to meet them and congratulate her for her mother’s victory in the by-election.

    On Thursday, Maryam had left for Islamabad from Lahore on a special plane to appear before the trial court, along with her husband, who has recently come under fire from several quarters, including his own party, for demanding that the government ban the Ahmadi community from government and military service.

    Although National Accountability Bureau Deputy Prosecutor General Chaudhry Khaliquz Zaman had told Dawn that Sharif could not be indicted till he appeared in court, before today’s hearing, Sharif’s lawyer had claimed that he had the defendant’s permission to hear the court’s indictment verdict in his stead.


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    The Sharifs think they're above the law. The rangers should step in and beat the living shi* out of the samosa-pakora eating PML-N supporters/lawyers for disruption.

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    https://www.dawn.com/news/1364817/ma...indicted-today

    Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz and her husband retired Captain Mohammad Safdar are appearing before an accountability court in Islamabad in connection with the corruption reference filed against them by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

    Maryam Nawaz arrives at the accountability court.— DawnNews
    Maryam Nawaz arrives at the accountability court.— DawnNews
    After initially reserving its verdict, the court rejected an application filed by Capt Safdar's counsel Amjad Pervez seeking an adjournment of the indictment proceedings.

    The application submitted on Thursday argued that Volume X of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report, filed on directions of the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case, has not been provided to the defendant by the apex court. It further argued that the statements given by three witnesses to the JIT have not been made public, hence the indictment of Maryam and Safdar should be postponed.

    The NAB prosecution argued that Volume X of the JIT report had nothing to do with the indictment and urged the court to indict the accused today.

    Also read: NAB team in London to probe Sharifs’ properties

    Meanwhile, the second lawyer from Nawaz Sharif's legal team, Ayesha Hamid, filed an application in the accountability court seeking a delay in her client's indictment.

    The application urged the court to delay the indictment until the Supreme Court decides a petition filed by Sharif against the filing of multiple corruption references against him by NAB. The court rejected this application as well.

    Indictment likely
    The court may indict the Sharif family in the London properties reference today even though Nawaz Sharif and lead defence counsel Khawaja Haris Ahmed are both out of the country.

    Accountability Judge Mohammad Bashir was set to indict Sharif, his daughter Maryam and son-in-law Capt Safdar on Oct 13. However, after a violent clash between the lawyers and police for not permitting the former into the premises of the Federal Judicial Complex (FJC), the court deferred the indictment till October 19.

    Since Sharif and his lead defence counsel are abroad, the court may indict the former prime minister through a pleader, who is a junior lawyer in the defence team, while the charges against Maryam and Safdar would be framed in person, a defence lawyer told Dawn. He said defence lawyers will assist the judge.

    On Oct 9, Ahmed, the counsel of Sharif and his daughter, had filed applications seeking an exemption from personal attendance for Sharif and another seeking a 15-day adjournment.

    He told the court that the former premier was in London to tend to his ailing wife who was undergoing treatment for lymphoma. He said she was in critical condition and had not recovered despite a third surgery.

    The court had exempted Sharif from appearing on October 9, but fixed Oct 13 for his indictment.

    The accountability court has also issued directives for Thursday’s hearing. The court has asked for limited presence in the court premises to avoid a situation that emerged in the previous hearing where the lawyers associated with the PML-N protested in the courtroom.

    The court directed the prosecution and defence teams, court reporters and the officials accompanying the suspects to keep the number of people inside the court minimum.

    PML-N Lawyers Forum has already announced that they would not come to witness the indictment proceeding on Oct 19.

    NAB references
    A five-member bench of the Supreme Court on July 28 had directed NAB to file references against Nawaz and his children in six weeks in the accountability court and directed the trial court to decide the references within six months. The Supreme Court also assigned Justice Ijazul Ahsan a supervisory role to monitor the progress of the accountability court proceedings.

    The former premier and his sons, Hassan and Hussain, have been named in all three NAB references, while Maryam and husband Safdar have been named only in the Avenfield reference.


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