- NAB Lahore reveals it has details of a likely attack on its building in Punjab’s capital city on the day Maryam Nawaz is likely to appear.
- Regulator has requested help from Lahore Police and Rangers before the highly-expected trial on March 26.
- Maryam Nawaz has been issued a note to arrive before it on March 26 for trials in two probes.
LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has requested help from the city’s police and Rangers for the March 26 trial of PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz.
Maryam Nawaz has been issued a note to appear before the anti-graft regulator on March 26 for trials in two probes.
Corresponding to a report issued by the NAB’s Lahore chapter, the watchdog has details of a potential attack on its building in Punjab’s capital city on the day the PML-N leader is anticipated to appear.
The NAB’s Lahore chapter further stated that it was tendering a request to the concerned agencies to declare its Lahore office ‘Red Zone’.
It would keep on playing its part in recovering pilfered money without surrendering to any threats or stress, it added in its report.
Workers of the PML-N and the Opposition’s anti-government alliance under the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) banner have declared to escort Maryam Nawaz for the trial on March 26.