Lahore High Court granted bail in Hamza Shahbaz’s Ramadan Sugar Mills case but could not be released yet
The Lahore High Court on Thursday granted bail to opposition leader Hamza Shahbaz Sharif in Punjab, but he will remain in jail because of over-the-counter assets and money laundering case. The court will hear other NAB cases against Hamza Shahbaz on Tuesday.
According to journalist Ibadul Haq, a two-member bench comprising Justice Syed Mazhar Ali Akbar Naqvi and Justice Chaudhry Abdul Aziz of the Lahore High Court heard the petition of Hamza Shahbaz Sharif.
Remember that Hamza Shahbaz’s father Shahbaz Sharif has already been granted bail by the Lahore High Court in reference to Ramzan Sugar Mills.
Opposition Leader Hamza Shahbaz Sharif was on bail at the Lahore High Court when the opposition chamber was celebrating.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz spokesman Maryam Aurangzeb welcomed Hamza Shahbaz’s bail and said that Hamza Shahbaz, who was serving the wrongful imprisonment, is proud. “It is the favor and mercy of Allah that He has given us this day of happiness.”
He said that time has proved the innocence of the leaders and leaders of PML-N (and) the people serving the country and the nation are getting ahead in the court of law.
Hamza Shahbaz was arrested by the NAB in the over-earning assets case and is currently in jail for physical remand.
Hamza Shahbaz’s lawyer Amjad Pervez, arguing on a bail plea in court, said the NAB launched an investigation into Ramadan showgirls on a malicious basis. Several inquiries were made but nothing was proved.
According to him, in the interest of the public interest, the provincial cabinet had approved construction of sewerage in Bhuban Tehsil and in this case Shahbaz Sharif, father of the petitioner, has been granted bail on the same charge.
A two-member bench of the Lahore High Court told the NAB prosecutor that what was asked was not answered. Judges give remarks as to why the nation is wasting money?
The bench asked the NAB prosecutor to present evidence of abuse of powers, to which the prosecutor NAB replied that the investigating officer who was investigating was on leave because of his examinations, to which the judges remarked that the investigation The standard is that you should give everyone a Pride of Performance.
The court regretted that if the NAB investigating officer could not finalize anything in 90 days, what would they do if they were sitting there, the court would have to decide according to law.
The Ramadan Sugar Mills case is the NAB case in which key members of the Sharif family have been charged. In this case, the NAB arrested former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from Kot Lakhpat Jail and presented him before an accountability court in Lahore while he was in jail in connection with the proceeds from the NAB’s Alzheimer’s case.
Maryam Nawaz was released in the Evans Field Reference and NAB also arrested her in the Ramadan Sugar Mills case. During the days of release, Maryam Nawaz was running a public campaign during which she addressed public meetings in different cities of the country.
The NAB also arrested Shahbaz Sharif in an Asian reference while he was summoned in other cases, including the Ramadan Sugar Mills case.
Leader of the opposition in the National Assembly, Shahz Sharif, during his speech in the National Assembly, called it an “unclean alliance” of the NAB and the PTI government.
Hamza Shahbaz case: Holdings of hearing in Lahore High Court
Hamza Shahbaz’s bench which granted bail is the third two-member bench of the Lahore High Court as a whole. Earlier, two different benches had heard Hamza Shahbaz’s request for bail.
A two-member bench of the Lahore High Court remarked that NAB does not respond to what is asked. According to Hamza Shahbaz’s lawyer, Amjad Pervez, a reference was filed against his client on baseless allegations and all the proceedings were malicious.
Hamza Shahbaz was arrested by the Lahore High Court last year when the Hamza Shahbaz withdrew his bail plea.
Three separate benches of the Lahore High Court also heard the pre-arrest of opposition leader Hamza Shahbaz in the Punjab Assembly.
First, the then Chief Justice of Lahore High Court Justice Sardar Shameem Ahmed Khan granted security bail to Hamza Shahbaz and prevented the NAB from arrest and sent the matter to a two-member bench headed by Justice Malik Shahzad Ahmed Khan for further action. Had given.
After the dissolution of a two-member bench headed by Justice Malik Shahzad Ahmed Khan of the Lahore High Court, the matter was moved to a two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi.
Hamza Shahbaz had relied on a two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi and requested to be transferred to another bench.
A two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi of the Lahore High Court had referred the matter to the Chief Justice Lahore High Court on the distrust of Hamza Shahbaz.
Last year, when a two-member bench headed by Justice Mazhar Ali Akbar Naqvi started hearing on the pre-arrest plea of Hamza Shahbaz, his lawyer requested withdrawal of bail and on the basis of this, two members of the Lahore High Court. The bench disposed of the petition.
After Hamza Shahbaz returned to the Lahore High Court to release him on bail, his plea was submitted for hearing before a two-member bench on which Hamza Shahbaz disagreed.
A two-member bench, headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi of Lahore High Court, started hearing on the petition for bail on Hamza Shahbaz and informed the opposition leader’s lawyer in the Punjab Assembly that his client had distrusted the bench and Do they trust the bench now?
Hamza Shahbaz’s lawyers expressed their confidence in the two-member bench, in which the chief of the bench inquired whether he had received instructions from his client.
Hamza Shahbaz’s lawyer said that the one that had not done badly before, however, was expressing confidence in the instructions of his client Hamza Shahbaz.
A two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi issued notices to the NAB expressing confidence in Hamza Shahbaz.
Due to the dissolution of the two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi of the Lahore High Court, the matter was moved to a two-member bench headed by Justice Tariq Abbasi. I dropped another two-member bench because that bench had already heard the matter.
Hamza Shahbaz’s bail plea for release on money laundering will now take place on February 11.