Pakistan asks UK for deportation of Ex-prime minister

Karachi—Pakistani government has requested the United Kingdom to deport Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The minister for accountability Shahzad Akbar maintained reporter announced the government has sent a letter to the British government asking for deportation of the three-time prime minister of Pakistan.
While addressing a news conference, the foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi confirmed the move without giving details.
The decision was made ahead of the premier Imran Khan’s accusation that Nawaz Sharif has kept vehicles gifted by foreign dignitaries and states illegally.
The supreme court of Pakistan declaring the medical records “incomplete and unsatisfactory” rejected Nawaz sharif’s bail.
The vice president of Nawaz sharif’s Muslim league N and ex-prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi condemned the decision touting it as “political victimization”.
Shahid Khaqan Abbassi said Nawaz Sharif is seeking medical treatment in London under the court’s decision and “The government has no right to [forcibly] bring him back. It will be decided only by the court”.
The government, on the other hand, held that the Nawaz sharif bail period is for three months but he was not admitted to any hospital during his visit to London.
The ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif is already sentenced to 17 years jail and disqualified due to corruption charges that aggravated after the 216 Panama papers.–Worldwide News

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