According to the source, the Lahore Accountability Court was hearing the case against the former Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif’s Son-in-law Imran Ali Yousuf’s property. The hearing of on the case of NAB was given by Justice Mohammad Azam. Prosecutor Hafiz Aslam appeared in court by NAB.
The NAB prosecutor has argued in the court that Imran Ali’s property worth billions of rupees in Pakistan, Ali Center, Ali Town has offices and apartments worth millions of rupees, plots worth billions of rupees in Gulberg, named on Ali and Fatima developer. Yes, the name of Ghouss-e-Azam developer is worth millions of rupees and the plot of worth Rs 100 crore in the 99/100 A block in Gulberg 3 is also named on Ali Imran.
Al-Madina Feeds Mill and Ali Proceed Foods Private Limited are also in the possession of Imran Ali, while former Chief Minister is accused of taking Rs 13 crore from Punjab Power Development Company CFO Navid Ikram on the grounds of Punjab.
NAB prosecutor, while presenting in court, argued that the arrest of Shahbaz Sharif’s son-in-law Imran Ali Yousuf was arrested and NAB was also asked for investigation but Imran Ali Yousuf did not appear, the accused escaped abroad. Give Sharif’s son-in-law to advertise and confiscate property. The court directed NAB to confiscate the property of Imran Ali Yusuf on the plea of the NAB prosecutor.