Ashiana Housing Case: Shahbaz Sharif’s remand extended by 10 days


Accountability Court extended the remand of former Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif in Ashiana Housing Scheme case.

Today, in Ashiana Housing Scheme Case, Shahbaz Sharif’s physical remand extended by 10 days. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president and the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly appeared in the court today.

During the hearing, NAB asked a 15 day extension in Shahbaz’s physical remand. The court earlier reserved decision on NAB’s request for the extension. However, it extended by 10 days, in which 3 day transit remand is included. In addition, court ordered that Shahbaz Sharif be appeared again on November 7.

On October 5, Shahbaz was arrested in the Ashiana Iqbal Housing Scheme case after he stepped in front of NAB in the Saaf Pani case.

On October 6, an accountability court in Lahore granted the anti-graft body a 10-day physical remand for Shahbaz Sharif. His remand was then extended on October 16 for about 14 days.


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