Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) staff has arrested President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Opposition Chief in Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif in cash laundering case.
In keeping with particulars, NAB staff arrested the PML-N chief when Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC) rejected his bail plea after detailed arguments from each side. The anti-graft watchdog will current Opposition Chief earlier than the courtroom and request bodily remand of the accused.
Numerous PML-N staff, together with girls, who have been on the courtroom to help the previous chief minister of Punjab, raised chants towards the anti-graft watchdog and the incumbent PTI-led authorities.
Shortly after the arrest, a scuffle broke out between the safety personnel and the Shehbaz’s supporters.
The previous chief minister of Punjab had earlier reached the LHC for a listening to on his interim bail petition within the money-laundering case filed by the NAB. A two-member bench of the LHC presided over the listening to, whereas legal professionals representing the previous Punjab chief minister introduced their arguments after a three-day hiatus.
A two-judge bench of the LHC had on Thursday prolonged Shehbaz’s interim bail in the identical case until September 28.