Pakistani authorities arrest ousted premier Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law


Sharif's daughter was also sentenced to jail for eight years.

Khan also used the venue to criticize former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who was sentenced last week in absentia by an anti-graft tribunal to 10 years in prison over purchases of luxury apartments in London. Her husband, Mohammad Safdar, was handed one year after being found guilty of abetment.

The security departments and anti-graft officials have chose to seal Allama Iqbal International Airport on ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz's arrival on July 13.

"We have chose to return on [July 13]", she said, adding that that lawyers are exploring the case through all legal angles.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo and his daughter earlier announced to surrender to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on their return to the country on Friday following the Avenfield verdict.

Safdar had gone into hiding following his conviction on July 6.

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"Due process will be implied against the court's decision", Maryam had said, adding: "The institutions in the United Kingdom have already told the Pakistani institutions that no illegality was carried out".

According to the report, Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) teams were heading to the venue to arrest Safdar.

Sharif, 67, was removed as prime minister and disqualified from politics for life by the Supreme Court in 2017 over undeclared assets.

President Shehbaz Sharif was greeted by party workers on his way to Nankana Sahib where he is set to address public rally in connection with election campaign for upcoming polls.

Sharif had denounced the court proceedings against him as politically motivated and a judicial witch-hunt, often suggesting the military was to blame.

She said the nation was behind her father as they planned to return, whereas others chose to fly out of the country with excuses like "backache", in an obvious reference to Pervez Musharraf.