‘Well done Nawaz Sharif’: Maryam says punishment in Avenfield reference ‘too short’ for challenging ‘aliens’

05:11 PM | 6 Jul, 2018
‘Well done Nawaz Sharif’: Maryam says punishment in Avenfield reference ‘too short’ for challenging ‘aliens’
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LONDON - Maryam Nawaz, the former first daughter, has expressed that the sentence handed down in the Avenfield reference was too short for the Sharif family, i the purview of the forces being confronted.

In a series of tweets fired shortly after the accountability court in Islamabad issued a 'damaging' verdict pertaining to upscale London flats, Maryam lavished praise on her father, saying 'well done'.

You prioritized Pakistan over your self, said Maryam, who is in London to tend to her ailing mother, Kulsoom Nawaz.

Today, the urge to fight injustice has increased, said Maryam in her message.

Nawaz Sharif is coming, this was the last efforts, it would go futile as well, tweeted the former first daughter.

She continued that the decisions made by Allah Almighty are materialized and not the ones made by conspirers.

Earlier, judge Muhammad Bashir handed a 10 year sentence and £8 million (Rs1.29 billion) to Pakistan’s former prime minister in a corruption reference pertaining to Sharif family’s Avenfield apartment in London, UK.

In the 100-page decision, Accountability Judge Mohammad Bashir also sentenced Sharif’s daughter, Maryam Nawaz, to seven year in jail for forgery and making assets through illegal sources in the landmark decision. She has been ordered to pay a fine of £2 million (Rs320 million).

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Moreover, the judge ordered to seal the property in question, suggesting the government to do legislation to bring plundered money back to the country.

Capt (r) Safdar Awan, who is the son-in-law of Nawaz Sharif, was jailed for one year for cheating.

The Friday’s verdict is in line with Section 9 of the NAB Ordinance, 1999, which pertains to corruption and corrupt practices.

Nawaz Sharif, along with his children, heard the verdict in the British capital where he is tending to his ailing wife, Kulsoom Nawaz.