Islamabad (October 11, 2017): The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) pasted on Wednesday the summons for Hasan Nawaz and Hussain Nawaz on the main gate of the Sharif family’s residences at Jati Umra and Model Town in Lahore.
The ‘wanted notices’ of Hassan and Hussain Nawaz have been posted at their Lahore residence and the notice has also been sent forwarded to Britain where the two are living right now.
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Sources in NAB Rawalpindi said that the action was taken in light of the accountability court’s decision in the Avenfield property case, which directed the initiation of the process to declare the former prime minister’s sons proclaimed offenders, as they failed to show up in the court’s last hearing.
Both the respondents have been directed to appear before the court within 30 days.
In case both the respondents fail to appear before the court within the set time period, the process will then involve the publication of notices in newspapers directing the accused to appear in court.Failure to do so will result in seizure of property and issuance of further warrants.
In the last hearing on October 9, NAB officials submitted in court a plea to declare Hasan and Hussain proclaimed offenders as they failed to show up in court despite issuance of non-bailable arrest warrants.
Approving NAB’s plea, the judge separated the trial of Nawaz’s sons and also ordered the initiation of the process of declaring them proclaimed offenders.