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The cases were registered weeks after the Supreme Court disqualified Nawaz Sharif as prime minister on July 28 in the Panama Papers scandal.
As the court was about to begin the proceedings, lawyers started protesting against security arrangements which had "restricted their movement in the court.
A senior leader of the ruling PML-N said that Sharif will skip the hearing today as he has not returned from London where he is busy looking after his wife Kulsoom.
Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif is set to be indicted tomorrow by an anti-corruption court in the Panama Papers scandal that could land him in jail.
A court in Pakistan today rejected a petition by ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law Muhammad Safdar to delay his indictment in the Panama Papers corruption case.
Sharif had to step down as prime minister and president of the ruling PML-N party after he was disqualified by the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers scandal.
Panama papers: SC says no need for separate Special Investigation Team to probe offshore accounts of Indians
The Supreme Court today ruled out setting up of a separate Special Investigation Team to probe the alleged revelation of offshore accounts of Indians in Panama papers leak.
Maryam Nawaz and her husband were arrested on arrival in Pakistan as the court had issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against him.
Sharif told his supporters that the real verdict came from the constituents of NA-120 Lahore, the seat recently won by his ailing wife, Kulsoom Nawaz.
Anti-corruption watchdog National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on September 8 filed the case against 67-year-old Dar following the July 28 verdict of the Supreme Court.
Dar had challenged his indictment in the Islamabad High Court yesterday for possessing assets beyond his known sources of income.
Hearing the Panama Papers case, the accountability court had on September 27 indicted Dar, 67, but the minister had pleaded not guilty to all charges, terming them as baseless.
Sharif's children - Hassan, Hussain and Maryam – and son-in-law Safdar will, however, not come from London to appear in the court to face the graft cases, an official said.
Ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif thumbs his nose at the Pakistani judiciary and is all set to regain the chairmanship of his party.
Officials in the anti-money laundering agency said they had issued notices to the Bachchan family some time back asking them to explain their foreign remittances since 2004.