ISLAMABAD: The government bureau on Tuesday affirmed expulsion of Nawaz Sharif’s name from the restricted travel backlog if the previous three-time head administrator consents to sign surety bonds making a responsibility that he would return after treatment from abroad.
A month ago, Nawaz Sharif, who is experiencing a draining issue, was conceded bail by the Lahore High Court (LHC) on medicinal grounds, while the Islamabad High Court (IHC) suspended his seven-year prison term for treatment.
His surgeon says Nawaz should be flown abroad for treatment as his condition stays unsafe. The Sharif family has mentioned the Interior Ministry to expel Nawaz’s name from the Exit Control List (ECL), with the goal that he could be traveled to the United Kingdom.
As indicated by sources, a government bureau meeting, led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, restrictively endorsed the expulsion of Nawaz’s name from the ECL after Law Minister Farogh Naseem informed members on a gathering of bureau’s subcommittee which he managed before in the day.
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The Sharif family needs to sign a surety bond for the expulsion of the PML-N supremo’s name from the ECL, sources said. Also, after the Sharif family legal counselors present the surety attach to the bureau subcommittee, at that point the Interior Ministry would strike his name off the restricted travel backlog.
After the bureau gesture, there is no need of the subcommittee’s endorsement for the expulsion of Nawaz’s name from the ECL.
Prior in the day, the bureau subcommittee meeting on a similar issue finished up uncertainly after authorities of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) restricted the expulsion of Nawaz’s name from the restricted travel backlog.
The law serve led the gathering wherein it thought over the use of PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif looking for expulsion of Nawaz’s name from the ECL.
Uncommon Assistant to the PM Imran on Accountability Shahzad Akbar, Nawaz Sharif’s own primary care physician Adnan and Shehbaz Sharif’s agent Atta Tarrar additionally went to the gathering.
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The wellbeing secretary and leader of the restorative board treating Nawaz informed the subcommittee over the previous chief’s wellbeing condition. The subcommittee likewise called NAB authorities to the gathering.
The Punjab government kept up in the gathering that the wellbeing of previous chief was stressing and he required quick treatment.