Nawaz Sharif, Maryam move from Abu Dhabi International Airport

Nawaz Sharif, Maryam move from Abu Dhabi International Airport

Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz were sentenced to prison in a corruption case on July 6 along with Maryam Nawaz's husband Captain Safdar. As per ANI, the PML (N) president said, "We thought Bangladesh is a baggage and it slipped off our hands".

The verdict came at a time when Nawaz Sharif and daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif were in London to see Begum Kulsum Nawaz Sharif who has been undergoing treatment for cancer.

"But I want the Pakistani nation to know that I am doing this for you", Sharif said in a video. Deputy Inspector General Operations Shahzad Akbar said 10,000 police officers will be deployed across Lahore on Friday to "maintain law and order". He was shifted to Adiala Jail by the NAB after he was presented in an accountability court in Islamabad on Monday.

"Maryam and I are coming back to face prison and even if they send me to the gallows, we know that freedom can not be won without sacrifice". I am aware that I have been sentenced to 10 years [in prison] and I will be taken to a jail cell straight away.

Earlier, it was reported that the Cabinet Division had allocated two helicopters to the NAB.

She along with her father Nawaz Sharif will be arrested by NAB at UAE's Abu Dhabi Airport later this morning.

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He was elected prime minister in 1990-93.

After the Supreme Court disqualified Sharif in July 2017 for not declaring a small source of income which he denied receiving, he toured the nuclear-armed country urging voters to protect the "sanctity of the vote".

The opposition Pakistan People Party (PPP) has also alleged "pre-poll rigging" this week, but did not specifically name the armed forces.

The armed forces, which have directly ruled Pakistan for nearly half of its existence, have repeatedly denied interfering in the election.

Their return could shake up an election race marred by accusations Pakistan's powerful military is working behind the scenes to skew the contest in favor of ex-cricket hero Imran Khan, who describes Sharif as a "criminal" who deserves no support. It plans to place 371,000 soldiers around polling stations so there can a "free and fair" elections, it added.

PML-N leaders say authorities have launched a crackdown against union council leaders, the street-level party workers who bring out people on the streets, detaining hundreds of workers over the last 36 hours.

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