Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday heard a case pertaining to the plea filed against the Accountability Court’s verdict in Al-Azizia and Flagship Investment Reference Case by the former premier Nawaz Sharif and adjourned the hearing till May 9.
At the start of the hearing Nawaz’s counsel, Khawaja Haris identified that some of the papers are missing from the case’s paper box. The defence counsel also revealed before the court that part-1 and part-2 are entirely different from the documents provided to the court.
He also told the court that some of the account details are missing from the paper box, we don’t know why they are missing.
At which, Justice Amir Farooq in his remarks said that we will order the relative branch to recheck it and will order them to rectify the missing documents of the case.
The court, however, approved the exemption request by the former premier to make an appearance in the said case. The court, later on, ordered both parties to nominate one member from both sides to nominate a member which will rectify the mistakes found in the paper box and adjourned the case’s hearing till May 9.