ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court on Tuesday summoned National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Director Basic Irfan Mangi whereas listening to a petition filed by Nawaz Sharif, looking for suspension of Nawaz’s seven-year sentence within the Al Azizia Steel Mills case and grant post-arrest bail on medical grounds.
A two-member bench comprising Justice Amir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani was irked by NAB not submitting reply within the matter. It gave the anti-graft watchdog three days to submit reply and likewise ahead it to the deposed premier’s council.
“The bureau has wasted the courtroom’s time,” famous the bench.
In the meantime, jail authorities and medical board submitted reviews earlier than the court.
The listening to has been adjourned until June 19.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz supremo’s council had cited medical reviews stating that his situation was vital and required a stress-free atmosphere to recuperate.
In Could, the Supreme Court rejected Nawaz’s assessment petition looking for bail on medical grounds and permission to go overseas for medical therapy. The highest court ordered him to give up earlier than the court as quickly as his interim bail interval ended. The bench, nevertheless, steered his council to strategy applicable forum to get aid.
The previous prime minister was moved to Kot Lakhpat jail from Rawalpindi’s Adial jail on his request. Nawaz was sentenced to seven-year imprisonment and imposed Rs.15 billion and $25 million fines by accountability court judge Arshad Malik within the Al Azizia Metal Mills/ Hill Metal Establishment reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in mild of the SC’s verdict within the Panamagate verdict.
The accountability court acquitted him within the Flagship Funding reference.