Graft cases: Nawaz, Maryam and Safdar appear before NAB court

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He criticized that the PCO judges, who took oath from Musharraf, will now teach him.

"I don't accept such judicial verdicts", Nawaz Sharif said while talking to media after he came out of the Accountability Court in Islamabad.

"I'm not involved in any corruption".

"These people want to construct a 10-storey building on shaky foundations", said the three-time premier.

"What is the difference between these judges and Imran Khan", he questioned.

Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar Thursday directed counsel of ousted prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to pay more attention to trial of NAB corruption references.

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The court is expected to give the ruling on pleas filed by Nawaz, Maryam and Safdar seeking exemption from the appearance from February 19 to March 5.

Abbasi further stated that Nawaz's two sons are already proclaimed offenders in the case. On Tuesday, the accountability court expressed displeasure over the NAB's delay in the filing of supplementary references.

The Bureau also asked the ministry to impose travel ban on Mr Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Mohammed Safdar saying "it is possible that the accused attempt to flee the country".

Ms Maryam and Mr Safdar are accused only in Avenfield properties case.

The former prime minister and his family members, including Hasan and Hussain Nawaz have been nominated in three references filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) regarding Al-Azizia Steel Mills, Flagship Investment and Avenfield. The Court also handed over 3 volumes of Al-Azizia reference and 6 volumes of Flagship reference to Nawaz Sharif.

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