Nawaz Files Petition in IHC Against Surrender Orders

ISLAMABAD, Sep 09 (Online Int’l): Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has filed a review petition in the Islamabad High Court against its  orders to surrender before it in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills corruption reference.

The petition said “it is not possible for me to come to Pakistan at present.” He also prayed the court to accept his plea for his  appearance before the court through his representatives during the hearing of his appeal pleas.

“I request the court to withdraw its orders about my  surrendering before the court”, he said.

The petition further said it was agreed in the affidavit that the government on its own would ascertain information about my health but federal government had not made an iota of effort in this regard. Federal government has no credible information about my health condition. Doctors  too have not given any certificate that I am fit for travelling back to Pakistan.

Nawaz Sharif has attached medical reports  with his petition.

It may be mentioned that the court during the hearing of Nawaz Sharif bail plea in Al-Azizia  and Avenfield Reference on September 01 had ordered him to surrender before the court.

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