Request for advertisement in British newspapers for Nawaz Sharif’s summons rejected
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) has rejected former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s request to publish ads in two British newspapers.
A two-member bench of the Islamabad Excessive Court docket heard the federal authorities’s request to publish an commercial in British newspapers for Nawaz Sharif’s summons.
The petition sought permission to run an commercial within the Day by day Telegraph and Day by day Guardian of London to summon Nawaz Sharif as he was in London.
Extra Lawyer Normal Tariq Khokhar stated that the courtroom had ordered the discharge of Nawaz Sharif’s commercial.
Tariq Khokhar stated that the courtroom had additionally ordered to ship a duplicate of the commercial to Nawaz Sharif. The Registrar Excessive Court docket had requested to problem the commercial for October 19.
The Extra Lawyer Normal offered a duplicate of the commercial issued by Nawaz Sharif earlier than the courtroom.
Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani rejected the federal authorities’s request to publish an commercial in London newspapers for Nawaz Sharif’s summons and remarked that the courtroom order has been applied.