Money laundering case: Court exempts PM from appearances


LAHORE: An accountability court approved the request of PM Shehbaz Sharif in the money laundering reference for permanent exemption from court appearances.

Judge Qamar uz Zaman heard the money laundering reference on Tuesday. He accepted the PM Shehbaz plea and ordered him to appoint a representative to appear in court instead of him.

Meanwhile, during the hearing the honorable court also granted one-day exemption to Hamza Shahbaz.

The court sought a response from NAB on Hamza’s request for a permanent attendance waiver.

In the reference, NAB has claimed that in the last 30 years, the Shehbaz family assets increased from Rs2 million to Rs7,000 million, which the family had failed to justify.

More news: Shahbaz Sharif and son Hamza appear in NAB court

The bureau alleged that the family members and benamidars of Shehbaz received fake foreign remittances in their personal bank accounts, adding that billions of rupees were laundered through foreign pay orders deposited in the personal bank accounts of Hamza Shahbaz and Suleman Shehbaz.


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