Published: Wed, July 11, 2018

Ex-Pakistan PM's convicted son-in-law surrenders to police

Ex-Pakistan PM's convicted son-in-law surrenders to police

NAB teams are expected to arrest both father and daughter as soon as they land.

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz will address the rallies and announce future course of action. Meanwhile, PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurenzeb said Sharif and Maryam will arrive in Lahore on Friday via Abu Dhabi on a foreign airline.

United Kingdom police said they have reports of protesters possessing weapons, especially knives, and that an investigation was now underway.

The accountability bureau is carrying out raids with the cooperation of the Mansehra police.

"I had earlier chose to court arrest in Tarnol, but as per the party's decision I will now surrender from another city". The officers were then told that the ex-MNA would surrender at Committee Chowk.

Normally Sunday remains calm in Rawalpindi.

PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Auranzeb said a large number of party workers will gather in Lahore from all provinces of the country to give "historic welcome" to Sharif and Maryam. The NAB said in a statement that Safdar handed himself in. There were a few others who threw eggs on the door. As the rally ended at the election office of Hanif Abbasi, the NAB team finally arrested him.

Mr Sharif has said that he is not afraid of going to jail. "It is the part of political move to mobilise the party workers and the PML-N successfully achieved the target".

The goal of this contact will be to renew their appeal to the people to "respect the vote, vote for service".

Sharif was given a ten-year jail term and Maryam seven years, but Safdar was given one year for abetment. Persons put on the ECL are prohibited from leaving Pakistan.

The handout said NAB would also initiate legal proceedings against those who provided illegal shelter to the convict and tried to create hurdles in his arrest.

A group of alleged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) UK chapter members attempted to break in.

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