Avenfield case: NAB deputy prosecutor leaves for London | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Deputy Public Prosecutor of the National Accountability Bureau Muzaffar Abbasi went to London on an official visit, government officials said against the transplant on Monday.
According to NAB officials, the head of the prosecution team in the appeals against Nawaz Sharif in the case of Avenfield, will go to the London High Commission on February 22.
In the presence of Sardar Muzaffar, the statements of two prosecution witnesses will be recorded through
The accountability court will create two screens for recording the statements of Robert Redley and Raji Akhtar, sources said.
In today's hearing, the accountability court reviewed corrupt links against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family summoned the former head of the Panama (JIT) investigation team, Wajid Zia, on 22 February.
At the next hearing, two British catechized witnesses will record their statements via video link from the Pakistan High Commission in London, in additional Avenfield reference information filed last month. The Islamabad High Court recently ruled that the lawyers of the suspects should also be present at the Pakistani embassy when registering the applications.
The NAB, which filed three evidence of corruption against the sharfs last September, called on the court to call on Ziya, the additional director of the Federal Investigation Agency.
References refer to the Al-Azizia, Flagship Investment Ltd and Avenfield metallurgical plants in London. Nawaz is accused in all three cases, while his daughter Maryam and the son-in-law of Mana Kapt (retd) Safdar are accused only of Avenfield.