Khawaja Asif moved LHC to seek bail by NAB: LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) released on Monday a notice to the National Responsibility Bureau (NAB) to send talk about a petition moved by PML-N MNA Khawaja Asif seeking post-arrest bond.
A two-member bench, headed by Justice Sarfraz Dogar, took up the bail application.
After a preliminary hearing, the bench put the corruption guard dog on notification to submit its action to the bail application of the former foreign minister by following hearing. The court avoided the hearing till April 14.
Asif via his counsel Lawyer Haider Rasul Mirza submitted the application which specified that the National Liability Bureau (NAB) had arrested him from Islamabad last year on December 29.
He contended that the corruption guard dog apprehended him although that he had actually supplied it all the relevant records regarding his assets. Besides, the exact same record is additionally readily available with th Political election Compensation of Pakistan (ECP) as well as Federal Board of Profits (FBR).
Khawaja Asif begged with the bench to buy his release on bail.