Tarar says Nawaz will be arrested upon failure to safe transit bail

Federal Minister for Regulation Azam Nazeer Tarar (proper) Nawaz Sharif, former prime minister and supremo of PML-N. — AFP/YouTube

ISLAMABAD: If former prime minister Nawaz Sharif doesn’t safe transit bail whereas coming again to Pakistan, he will be arrested, Federal Minister for Regulation Azam Nazeer Tarar mentioned Tuesday.

In 2020, Islamabad Excessive Court docket’s Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani issued non-bailable arrest warrants for the PML-N supremo after he did not return to Pakistan following the expiry of his bail.

The Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC), in November 2019, allowed Nawaz to go overseas for medical therapy and in the identical month, he left for London — the place he resides up to now. His occasion has reiterated that his return is conditional upon the physician’s approval.  

Repeatedly, there have been rumours of the previous prime minister’s return to Pakistan, however the speculations elevated after the formation of the coalition authorities in April — as PML-N is the foremost participant within the coalition.

In his press convention at the moment, Tarar — a member of Nawaz’s PML-N — mentioned that if the occasion supremo receives transit bail, then he can’t be arrested upon arrival in Pakistan.

The regulation minister mentioned if Nawaz fails to safe transit bail, then he must give up himself and the “courts ought to present [relief] to the people who find themselves handing themselves over to the regulation voluntarily.

Tarar added that ex-premier Benazir Bhutto additionally secured transit bail when she got here again to Pakistan.

Talking about former army ruler Pervez Musharraf’s return to the nation, Tarar mentioned that the regulation will take its course and “he shall be facilitated in step with the principles and laws”.

Director-Normal Inter-Companies Public Relations Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar has mentioned that the army management’s stance is that Musharraf ought to return, whereas prime PML-N leaders, together with Nawaz, have acknowledged that no hurdles ought to be put in the way in which if the ex-president needs to return.

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