Islamabad, Hassan and Hussein, sons of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, have been blacklisted. Along with this, they will no longer be able to travel abroad from Pakistan’s passports. According to media reports, the two brothers in London had declared the fugitive at that time when they did not appear in any of the three cases of corruption. After a Supreme Court ruling in July 2017, a case of corruption was registered against both of them along with Nawaz.
According to Geo News, the Anti-Corruption Unit National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had appealed to put Hasan and Hussein in the Exit Control List, on which the caretaker cabinet has not given a decision.
NAB had also appealed with immigration and passport directorate, after which their passports were blocked and they were blacklisted. Last week, the Federal Investigation Agency had asked Interpol to issue a Red Corner Notice against the two brothers.
The Accountability Court issued warrants in the case of Avonfield and ordered them to appear before the court immediately. It is notable that in the case of Avonfield, a court found Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz guilty and they were awarded 10 and 7 years respectively. Both are currently lodged in Adiala jail.