LONDON - Hassan Nawaz, son of former premier Nawaz Sharif said on Monday that the court cannot declare him a ‘proclaimed offender’ as news spread of the accountability court declaring him an ‘absconder’ from the corruption references filed against him.
While speaking to journalists, Hasan Nawaz said he has not yet received any notification from NAB for any summons to face the references filed against him.
Hasan said, ‘I am a British Citizen and that I have never received any summons according to the British law’. ‘I have not committed any crime which could make me an absconder or flee my country’, he further added.
Accountability court on Monday (today) after hearing the graft cases against Sharif family, approved NAB pleas declaring both Hasan and Nawaz absconder’ from their corruption cases.
The accountability court has heard a total of three corruption cases against the Sharif family which are mostly filed against Nawaz Sharif’s children.
Despite the issuance of non-bailable arrest warrants, both Hassan and Hussain Nawaz son’s of Nawaz Sharif were not able to present themselves in front of the court.