Wajid Zia appears in accountability court in NAB references against Sharif family - City News HD

Wajid Zia appears in accountability court in NAB references against Sharif family

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ISLAMABAD (City News) – Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar reappeared in the accountability court in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) references today (Friday).

Prosecution witness Wajid Zia, former head of the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT), also attended the hearing headed by Justice Muhammad Bashir.

Other witnesses record statements

Witness Sunil Ijaz recorded his statements in Al-Azizia reference while defence lawyer Khawaja Harris also completed cross-examination. The witness said he is branch manager at Sharif Education Complex Trust in Lahore, adding that he had appeared in NAB on January 23, 2018.

Provided bank account details of Abdur Razzaq to NAB, he assured.

Sunil said that neither NAB asked nor he told for which purpose the money was transferred.

On the other hand, witness Abdul Hanan in Flagship Investment reference also confessed to have given details of money came from Hill Metal to NAB. I prepared system generated documents, he added.

The witness said that three staff members presented the required record to the accountability officials.

Nawaz Sharif files another petition

Nawaz Sharif also filed a petition, demanding to record statement of Wajdi Zia in all three references on the same day. Khawaja Harris said that the high court had ordered to merge the statements of one witness, continuing that it will help in defence.

Raising objections, NAB prosecutor said that Nawaz Sharif wants to delay the case due to which he is submitting such petitions.

Meanwhile, PML-N leaders Daniyal Aziz, Mussadiq Malik and Maiza Hameed were barred from entering the court due to absence of their names in the list.

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