Nawaz Sharif complains lack of facilities in Adiala Jails
RAWALPINDI – Former premier Nawaz Sharif complained on Saturday to his team of lawyers about lack of facilities in Adiala jail.
The legal team held a meeting with Nawaz at the prison that lasted for only 5 minutes, Geo News reported.
The meeting was held in the presence of the jail superintendent and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif complained about the lack of facilities in the room he is being kept in.
Saad Hashmi-led legal team went to Nawaz to attain the power of attorney so that an appeal could be filed in the Islamabad High Court.
The elder Sharif stated that there was only a mattress and a fan in the room, he complained that there was no air-conditioning and the washroom was also not clean.
In a letter released by her social media team, Nawaz Sharif’s daughter, Maryam said she declined better facilities at the Adiala Jail.
The former premier and his daughter, who were convicted in the Avenfield Apartments reference, were arrested Friday night upon their arrival in Lahore and were subsequently taken to Islamabad in a chartered flight.
The father-daughter duo were then separated and taken from the Islamabad International Airport in two convoys to the Central Jail in Adiala, Rawalpindi.
Last night, police officials at Adiala Jail conducted the medical examination of Nawaz and Maryam and declared them fit.