ISLAMABAD: Captain (retd) Safdar was shifted to Adiala Jail following a hearing in the National Accountability Bureau court on Monday.
Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law, who was arrested yesterday, was brought to the NAB court through the judges’ gate.
The media personnel were barred from entering the court room during Safdar’s arrival, with security officials pushing media teams away.
The reporters protested and demanded the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take notice of the accountability court judge.
Such an attitude wasn’t adopted during the dictator regime in the court set up inside the Attock Fort, they said
The media men were barred from entering inside due to security concerns, according to Sardar Muzaffar Deputy Prosecutor General NAB.
The NAB judge has however said that the media will be allowed access during the Al-Azizia Stell Mills case hearing.
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