Maryam Nawaz responds over bail rejection of Nawaz Sharif from IHC

Maryam Nawaz responds over bail rejection of Nawaz Sharif from IHC

LAHORE - Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) vice-president Maryam Nawaz responds over bail rejection of Nawaz Sharif from IHC.Maryam on Thursday vowed to ‘fight’ for justice for Nawaz Sharif after Islamabad High Court (IHC) rejected supremo’s plea seeking bail on medical grounds.

The political-heir apparent of Nawaz Sharif took to Twitter and stated, “I will raise voice against this oppression, will fight and go to the last limit. I will surely get justice served to the real representative of masses, Nawaz Sharif.”

Maryam said “Remember whenever oppression crosses its limits, it is erased.”

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میں اس ظلم کے خلاف آواز اٹھاؤں گی، لڑوں گی، آخری حد تک جاؤں گی۔عوام کے حقیقی نمائندے نواز شریف کو انشاءاللہ انصاف دلوا کر رہوں گی۔ جیل میں ڈالنا ہے تو ڈال دو۔ قید کرنا ہے تو کر دو۔ان چیزوں سے تم ڈرتے ہو، میں نہیں۔ بہت جلد عوام کے سامنے آ جائے گا کہ نواز شریف کے ساتھ کیا کھیلا گیا https:// … link Maryam Nawaz Sharif ✔@MaryamNSharif

جس شخص نے اس ملک میں عوام کی حاکمیت کی بات کی اور آئین و قانون کی حکمرانی کے لیے ڈٹ گیا، اس شخص پر انصاف کے تمام دروازے بند کر دیئے گئے۔ مگر یاد رہے ! ظلم جب حد سے بڑھتا ہے تو مٹ جاتا ہے۔ کفر کا نظام تو چل سکتا ہے، ظلم کا نہیں ! link 3,481 link 5:14 PM - Jun 20, 2019 link Twitter Ads info and privacy link

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Earlier today, Islamabad High Court (IHC) had rejected former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Petition seeking suspension of the sentence in Al Azizia reference case on medical grounds.

After hearing from the counsel of Sharif and National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor, a two-member bench, comprising Justice Amir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani, announced the verdict rejecting Nawaz Sharif’s Petition for bail.

During today's hearing, former premier’s defence counsel Khawaja Haris Ahmed informed the court that Nawaz Sharif is seeking suspension of sentence followed by release on medical grounds.

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