LAHORE: Accountability Court (AC) of Lahore on Thursday adjourned the Ramzan sugar mills case and the Ashiana Housing Scheme Scandal case against Shahbaz Sharif and Hamza Shahbaz till June 26 and June 29 respectively.
The Lahore AC heard the Ramzan sugar mills case and the Ashiana Housing Scheme Scandal case wherein former chief minister Punjab appeared before the court.
During the hearing asked where is Hamza Shahbaz? On which anti-graft body, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor informed the court that Hamza’s physical remand has been taken from the honorable court yesterday and he is in the NAB custody.
At the occasion, Shahbaz Sharif insisted to say something in the court while after getting permission from the AC judge he said that he wanted to inform the court he was under treatment in London and the false cases were made against him.
Pakistan Muslim League-N President and Opposition leader in National Assembly (NA) Shahbaz Sharif denying the corruption charges against him told the court he did not eat out public money and he worked hard day and night and millions of rupees he saved on different projects.
The PML-N president said that the anti-corruption body is wasting the court precious time as the Ashiyana housing scheme scandal is based on a lie.
Later, the AC Lahore after completion of process adjourned the Ashiyana housing scheme scandal case hearing till June 29 while the hearing of Ramzan sugar mills case was adjourned till June 26.
The court also directed to the NAB to present opposition leader in Punjab Assembly in Punjab Assembly in the court in the Ramzan sugar mills case.