The Accountability Court has extended the bodily remand of Opposition chief and President Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Shahbaz Sharif in a money laundering case for seven days.
According to the details, the Accountability Court of Lahore has ordered to supply the accused as soon as extra on October 20.
While listening to the case, The courtroom moreover directed the NAB to complete the investigation inside per week.
Earlier by the listening to, The courtroom ordered to supply the accused throughout the courtroom and requested why the Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif has not appeared however?
On which the NAB prosecutor said, “we try to produce the accused in court as soon as possible, but the accused himself is not punctual.”
The public prosecutor said that all the facilities are being supplied to Shahbaz Sharif.
Shahbaz Sharif complained that the (NAB) officers had been treating him in an “inhumane and humiliating” methodology in jail.
While giving his assertion to the accountability courtroom, Shahbaz said he knew he was in custody on the courtroom’s orders, however, it was his elementary correct that he get hold of medical remedy for his once more ache, which he has been affected by for 25 years.
The PML-N chief instructed the courtroom that he used to ask for assist in altering the place of his chair for prayers, nevertheless on October 1 and a pair of, he was refused assist when he sought help from jail officers.
Shahbaz moreover alleged that in its place of being served meals on a desk, as was common till simply recently, his meals are actually being positioned on the bottom.
“This is being deliberately so that I have to bend to pick it up. It is happening at the behest of Imran Khan and Shehzad Akbar,” Shahbaz alleged.
The Opposition chief warned that he would register an FIR in direction of the prime minister and his aide on accountability, Shehzad Akbar, if one thing happens to his properly being.
Responding to Shahbaz’s grievance, the presiding determine said the courtroom will not tolerate any inhumane remedy all through detention and that the courtroom’s orders needs to be adopted in letter and spirit as long as the accused is in custody.