The remand of PML-N leader Shahbaz Sharif is extended by 14 days on the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) request.
Shahbaz Sharif remand extended by 14 days as Accountability Court granted NAB the extension to probe Ashiana Housing Scheme case. However, the former chief minister is accused in the case.
Earlier today, the National Accountability Bureau requested to extend the Shahbaz Sharif remand. However, his 10-day remand in the Ashiana Housing Scheme case met its deadline today.
Arrangements for strict security has been made on the routes which leads from Shehbaz’s pick up point to the court’s premises with blockades installed in several areas.
On October 5, NAB arrested Shahbaz Sharif due to the corruption in Ashiana Housing Scheme. Lahore Development Authority (LDA) former Director General Ahad Cheema also accused in the case. However, he and former principal secretary to deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Fawad Hasan Fawad are also remanded into NAB custody.