LAHORE: An accountability courtroom on Thursday delayed the indictment of Opposition Chief within the Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif and his son, Hamza Shehbaz, in supplementary reference of Ramzan Sugar Mills case.
The courtroom delayed the indictment attributable to non-appearance of Shehbaz as he examined optimistic for Covid-19.
Choose Amjad Nazir Chaudhry carried out the proceedings of the case, whereby jail authorities produced Hamza Shehbaz.
To a courtroom question, Shehbaz’s counsel argued that his shopper had examined optimistic for Covid-19 and had quarantined himself, including that his shopper’s take a look at report had already been submitted within the courtroom.
He pleaded the courtroom to adjourn the matter for 3 weeks.
The courtroom questioned whether or not the Covid-19 affected person was quarantined for 3 weeks.
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The counsel submitted that after the 14-day quarantine interval, the affected person can be examined once more.
Subsequently, the courtroom adjourned the listening to until July 1.
The courtroom had summoned Shehbaz and Hamza for indictment in supplementary reference filed by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau in Ramzan Sugar Mills case.
Hamza and his father, former Punjab chief minister, had been accused within the case.
As per the reference, NAB has accused Shehbaz of misuse of authority within the Ramzan Sugar Mills case. Shehbaz allegedly authorised an quantity of Rs210 million for the development of a drain to profit the mills.
Hamza has been charged within the case for being the chief government of Ramzan Sugar Mills.