Lahore airport to be sealed on Maryam, Nawaz arrival

Section 144 to be imposed at Lahore airport before Sharif's arrival

Section 144 to be imposed at Lahore airport before Sharif's arrival

Maryam, who will return to Pakistan with her father, and her husband Muhammad Safdar also received a 7-year and 1-year sentence respectively.

The former ruling party's female politician Maryam Nawaz, heir apparent, and daughter of ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif defiantly tweeted their flight details and date of arrival to Pakistan, knowingly that both will be arrested at the airport by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) following Friday's verdict on the high-end Avenfield properties.

Earlier, while talking to the media, Maryam Nawaz had said that Nawaz Sharif's decision to return to serve his sentence will rewrite history.

It has been reported that Nawaz Sharif is now in London and has regularly been visiting the United Kingdom during the trial.

She said that lawyers were exploring the case through all legal angles.

National Accountability Court (NAB) on Monday shifted Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Captain (r) Safdar to Adiala jail in Rawalpindi, after he was presented in the accountability court.

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He will depart for Lahore from London on July 12, 2018 by Flight number EY18 (Heathrow Airport London) and will go to ABU DHABI.

Officer Raja Taifur said anti-graft authorities took Safdar into custody.

Sharif and Maryam will face arrest on arrival in Pakistan just before the election, in which his party is in a tight race with opposition figure Imran Khan's party. In 2016 the Panama Papers exposed links between several members of the Sharif family and offshore companies that were allegedly used to purchase London property.

He has described the court proceedings against him as politically motivated and a judicial witch-hunt.

The NAB said in a statement that Safdar handed himself in. Titled "Road to New Pakistan", the manifesto is similar to other ambitious past pledges by political parties that ended up unable to make good on them.

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