An accountability court of Lahore has extended physical remand of Hamza Shehbaz Sharif by 15 days on Wednesday.
According to reports of Baaghitv, senior vice president of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and opposition leader of Punjab Assembly was presented in Accountability court today where court extended physical remand of him by 15 days and asked NAB to present him on July 24. Hamza Shehbaz, who is arrested in the Ramzan Sugar Mills Case and alleged assets beyond means case is accused of corruption.
During the hearing NAB prosecutor contended they are investing bank accounts of accused Hamza and investigation in the purchase of property, which was bought by him in Johar Town area of Lahore between 2013 and 2017, where actual price was not mentioned by accused to Election Commission of Pakistan and Federal Board of Revenue. NAB prosecutor claimed Hamza is not cooperating during questioning.
NAB claims to have found that Hamza’s declared assets in 2003 were worth less than Rs20 million, which increased by almost 2,000% to over Rs410 million after his father became the chief minister.