LHC extends Hamza Shehbaz’s interim bail till April 25

LHC, Hamza, Shehbaz, interim, bail, extended, April 25
17 Apr, 2019 2:01 pm

LAHORE (92 News) – The Lahore High Court (LHC) extended the interim bail of Hamza Shehbaz in three cases till April 25.

The NAB prosecutor told the court they had asked several questions from Hamza, but he said he would reply to answers in court.

Earlier on April 8, the LHC granted Opposition Leader in the Punjab Assembly Hamza Shehbaz interim bail in the Ramazan Sugar Mills and Saaf Pani cases on Wednesday.

Justice Malik Shahzad Ahmed also ordered him to furnish two surety bonds worth Rs 10 million each.

During the hearing, the judge expressed anger over presence of irrelevant lawyers in court and remarked that he had warned that court etiquettes should be followed. “Political workers take selfies in court and how will look into the matter.

Hamza Shehbaz assured the court that he would be cautious in future.

His counsel stated that his client fears arrest despite the Ramazan Sugar Mills reference had been filed. “The NAB also wants to arrest Hamza Shehbaz unjustifiable in the Saaf Panic case,” he said.

He requested the court to grant Hamza Shehbaz bail in both cases.

Stringent security arrangements had been made on the arrival of Hamza Shahbaz.

Shehbaz Sharif, Hamza indicted in Ramzan Sugar Mills case

Earlier on Tuesday, Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif and his son Hamza Shehbaz were indicted in Ramzan Sugar Mills case.

The father-son duo appeared before an accountability court in Lahore earlier today, where they were indicted in the Ramzan Sugar Mills corruption reference.

Accountability Court judge Najam ul Hassan heard the case. During the hearing, the accused denied all the charges.

The court has summoned witnesses and adjourned the hearing.

The NAB  had filed a reference against the two alleging that the former chief minister Shehbaz Sharif misused his authority by using public funds for the construction of a bridge to facilitate the Ramzan mills, owned by his sons.

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