A five-member court, led by Judge Asif Saeed Khosa, rejected the arguments of Mr. Sharif’s lawyers and his sons – Hussain, Hassan and Maryam Nawaz – that the previous July 28 judgment by the Special Court was based on grounds that were not raised by the petitioners.
Sharif was declared disabled for “not being honest and honest” and for hiding information about a company based in Dubai, Capital FZE, owned by his son Hussain. He was the chairman of the board of directors but denied receiving financial benefits.
The Supreme Court also asked the anti-corruption body, the National Accountability Office (NAB), to file cases of corruption against the former ruling family.
Subsequently, NAB filed four cases against the Sharifs in the Accountability Tribunal in Islamabad. The court has also issued a subpoena to appear on the 19th of this month.
Lack of paper trail production
The Sharif is now facing charges of not producing the paper trail of their assets hidden abroad.
The assets, which include four expensive apartments in central London, were bought through money purported to have been laundered from Pakistan.
However, Sharif said the apartments were owned by his son and had never been in his possession.
Panama documents published last year claimed that the family of the former prime minister used offshore accounts to buy the property.happy wheels
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