Pakistan

Hearing on Maryam Nawaz’s passport return application, the court sought ECL rules

The Lahore High Court (LHC) sought ECL rules of the federal government on the occasion of hearing the petition filed by PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz for return of passport.

A two-member bench of the Lahore High Court comprising Justice Ali Baqir Najafi and Justice Farooq Haider heard Maryam Nawaz’s passport return application.

Ahsan Bhawan appeared on behalf of Maryam Nawaz while NAB lawyer Faisal Bukhari also appeared in the court.

Justice Ali Baqir Najafi asked what happened to the appeal against the bail decision.

NAB counsel told the court that NAB has challenged the bail of Maryam Nawaz, NAB’s appeal against the decision of the High Court is pending.

Justice Ali Baqir Najafi said that you do not even want to hear the appeal against bail? On which the lawyer of NAB said that we want but the petition has not been fixed for hearing yet.

Ahsan Bhoon said that Maryam Nawaz’s application before this court is only to the extent of return of passport, the government will see for itself regarding the name in ECL.

Justice Ali Baqir Najafi said that the rules of ECL should be presented by the lawyers of the federal government.

Maryam Nawaz’s lawyer said that it is the last decade, her clients want to go for Umrah, it is a good deed.

Justice Ali Baqir Najafi remarked and threw it into the river, which caused laughter in the court.

The court sought reply from the federal government on ECL rules on the miscellaneous application of Maryam Nawaz while a notice has also been issued to NAB for tomorrow…

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