Islamabad [Pakistan], April 21 (ANI): An accountability court in Pakistan rejected country's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's plea seeking seven-day exemption from personal appearance in the Avenfield case.
The court, however, has granted an exemption only for a day.
"A daughter cannot look after her ailing mother and the thrice-elected prime minister cannot take care of his sick wife," Maryam retweeted a post on Twitter.
On a related note, Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to produce its Operations Director General Zahir Shah as a new witness in the Avenfield properties case against the Sharif family.
To date, the statements of all the witnesses in connection with the London flats case have been recorded. (ANI)