NAB to file reference against Asif: LAHORE: An accountability court guided on Thursday the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to submit a reference versus PML-N leader Khawaja Asif in the assets situation at the earliest.
The previous foreign minister showed up before the court as Judge Sheikh Sajjad Ahmed resumed hearing.
During the hearing, the judge directed the corruption watchdog to file the asset referral versus the implicated at the earliest. The court expanded his judicial remand until April 22.
On March 29, the Lahore High Court (LHC) provided a notification to the NAB to send talk about a petition moved by Khawaja Asif looking for post-arrest bond.
After an initial hearing, a two-member bench headed by Justice Sarfraz Dogar put the bureau on notification to submit its reaction to the bail petition of the PML-N leader by following hearing on April 14.
Asif through his advice Barrister Haider Rasul Mirza submitted the request which specified that the NAB had apprehended him from Islamabad in 2014 on December 29.
He competed that the corruption watchdog captured him although that he had actually supplied it all the appropriate documents regarding his properties. Besides, the same record is additionally available with th Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and Federal Board of Income (FBR). Khawaja Asif begged with the bench to buy his release on bail.