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17 PML-N activists detained outside NAB court before Maryam's arrival

17 PML-N activists detained outside NAB court before Maryam's arrival
July 19, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – At least 17 activists of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) on Friday have been detained by the security personnel outside the accountability court ahead of PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz’s appearance in Avenfield reference. According to the reports, the security agencies have taken 17 PML-N workers including six women into custody outside the NAB court. The security was high alerted around the judicial complex during the appearance of Maryam Nawaz. The police arrested PML-N activists over violation of section 144 in the federal capital. The arrested PML-N workers were chanting anti-government slogans. However, strict security measures have been ensured to avoid any untoward situation. The aide lawyers of PML-N also raised slogan as ‘This black coat is vote for Mian’. The security was high alerted around the judicial complex during the appearance of Maryam Nawaz. The police arrested PML-N activists over violation of section 144 in the federal capital. On the other hand, the accountability court rejected the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) plea against Maryam Nawaz, daughter of incarcerated prime minister Nawaz Sharif, for submitting fake trust deed in Avenfield reference. Maryam Nawaz appeared before the accountability court. Judge Muhammad Bashir presided the hearing. The court declared the petition non-maintainable and ruled that no action can be taken in this regard until decision of Islamabad High Court (IHC). Wearing shirt having words ‘Free Nawaz Sharif’, Maryam Nawaz arrived at the court amid PML-N workers’ slogans against incumbent government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Maryam Nawaz was accompanied by her husband Captain (retd) Mohammad Safdar, Marriyum Aurangzeb, Pervez Rashid and Sadia Abbasi. Dozens of PML-N workers were also present at the premises to support their party leader. Earlier on July 9, an accountability Court in Islamabad had summoned Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Maryam Nawaz in Avenfield reference for submitting fake trust deed. The NAB had claimed that the trust deed submitted by Maryam Nawaz was forged, and requested the court to start trial against the PML-N leader.