Son-in-law of ex-Pakistan PM Sharif arrested by anti-corruption body

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The court is likely to collect surety from Maryam and Safdar to ensure their appearance in the proceedings and then provide them copies of the references and records.

When asked whether her brothers will appear before the court, she said they live overseas and Pakistan's laws aren't applicable on them.

However, Sharif and his two sons were absent as they are in London where 67-year-old Sharif's wife is battling throat cancer.

Reports said that the couple had arrived to appear before the accountability court.

Sharif's sons - Hassan Nawaz and Hussein Nawaz - who are British nationals, have opted for not appearing before the court.

Last week, Sharif appeared before the anti-corruption court but the tribunal had to delay his indictment to today after his children, who are co-defendants in the case, failed to appear.

Sharif and his sons Hasan and Hussain Nawaz will not be appearing and an application in this regard will be moved in the court.

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The court rejected NAB's request to confiscate Mr Safdar's passport and to issue his judicial remand, however, the accused has been directed not to leave the country without court's permission.

The anti corruption authorities, however, allowed Mariyum Nawaz, who is touted as Sharif's political successor, to leave after she produced her bail documents.

The four cases against the Sharif family are related to their properties in London and Dubai.

The NAB is sending its team in pursuance of the letters it had written to the United Kingdom authorities in connection with the mutual legal agreement, the Dawn quoted official sources, as saying.

She has since undergone three surgeries and remains in London. The cases were filed after the July 28 verdict by the Supreme Court which disqualified Sharif.

Maryam Nawaz said questions will be raised when a case filed on Panama Leaks ended on Iqama (work permit) and that the judges have to answer these questions. The court also made a decision to separate the trial of Hussain and Hassan from that of Sharif and his daughter and son-in-law.