Islamabad High Court orders ban authorities from detaining Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharifs son Suleman Shehbaz . Suleman Shehbaz approached the IHC for two-week protective bail in a money laundering lawsuit .
Islamabad (Pakistan), December 9 : After he arrived in the region, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) issued orders prohibiting authorities from detaining Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharifs son Suleman Shehbaz.According to The News International, the court order came at the hearing of Sulemans plea for bail in a money laundering lawsuit.Suleman Shehbaz had been ordered to surrender to the court by December 13.According to The News International story, Suleman Shehbaz approached the IHC for two-week protective bail in a money laundering lawsuit because he had decided to end his London exile.In the absence of the petitioner, the court told Pervaiz that they will not issue bail.Amjad Pervaiz asked the court to discourage Suleman Shehbaz from detaining him on December 11 and completed his ticket.According to the article, the court accepted the lawyers' request and ordered Suleman to appear before the bench on December 13.Since ending his four-year exile in London, Suleman Shehbaz is due to return to Pakistan with his wife and children, according to the judge. His name has also appeared in other cases with his father Shehbaz Sharif, his brother Hamza Shehbaz, and other Sharif family members.Suleman Shehbaz was investigated by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) in a money laundering and misappropriation of public office lawsuit at the request of the Assets Recovery Unit (ARU), led by Shahzad Akbar, a former accountability aide to Imran Khan.After two years of the probe, UK's top anti-corruption sleuths gave him a fresh chit.Suleman Shehbaz has denied that he was forced to leave Pakistan after false allegations were filed against him to promote a new political order.According to a statement published by The News International, he said he was left with no other choice but to leave Pakistan for safety under unfair circumstances. According to a statement issued by The News International, the former NAB chairman was blackmailed by the previous regime as part of a family feud in order to frame charges against me and my family.He was told that if he did not frame these cases to provide non-stop lies to the media to assassinate our character, he would be fired out of office.Likewise our worst enemies in politics would never be tolerated with such cruelty, the FIA announced in 2020.The Express Tribune reported that Shehbaz Sharif and his sons, Hamza and Suleman, filed a lawsuit against him in 2020. Prime Minister Shehbaz and his son Hamza Shehbaz were cleared by a special central court in October of the Rs16 billion money laundering lawsuit.