ISLAMABAD: Manager of the private bank submitted records of Nawaz Sharif bank account in Pakistan in accountability court on Thursday.
The accountability court on Thursday hearing corruption references against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family resumed its proceedings.
Nawaz’s counsel Ayesha Hamid opposed to include Noreen Shahzad in the witness list and adding that she was not included in the list of witnesses by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
Nawaz’s counsel requested that the documents submitted by Noreen Shahzad cannot be made part of the case.
Shahzad is a manager and Ahmed an employee of a private bank.
Later, the judge dismissed Hamid’s plea, and included the documents presented by Shahzad into the case.
During the proceedings, details of Nawaz’s local currency accounts were presented in court.
According to documents presented by Tayyab, Rs1.19 billion were transferred to Sharif’s account at different times between 2010 and 2017.
Sharif’s account contained 7,568 Euros and $200,000 in August, 2017, the documents said.
The hearing of the case was adjourned until December 11.