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Addressing the media on her way out of the complex, Maryam said the lawyers should have been allowed to enter the court as they had permission.

They were also present during the previous hearing.

An anti-corruption court today adjourned the indictment of Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter and son-in-law in the Panama Papers case till October 19 after lawyers created chaos in the court. Reportedly, minutes before the court was about to begin proceedings, lawyers started protesting against security arrangements which had "restricted their movement in the court premises".

The lawyers threatened to hold up the hearing until action was taken against the police officials. On this, Justice Bashir made a decision to prematurely halt court proceedings for the day and asked both defendants to leave the courtroom and return for a hearing on October 19.Talking to the media, Maryam Nawaz asked the Interior Ministry to come up with a strategy to avoid occurrence of such events in future.

Nawaz Sharif, in his petition, pled Supreme Court (SC) to halt proceedings of accountability court till judgment is served on constitutional plea and declare verdict to file three references illegal. The head of NAB prosecution team, Sardar Muzaffar, was pushed and shoved during the incident.

Maryam Nawaz and her husband Capt (retd) Safdar reached the judicial complex separately on Friday morning.

On Monday, the NAB declared Sharif's sons, Hussain and Hassan, proclaimed offenders for repeatedly failing to appear before it. She was accompanied by ministers, and senior PML-N leaders.

"Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is a single popular party of the country and it will win the next general elections with a thumping majority", he added.

The clashes erupted shortly before Sharif's daughter, Maryam Nawaz, and son-in-law, Mohammad Safdar, arrived at the court.

On Oct 5, the former prime minister departed for London to visit his ailing wife, Begum Kulsoom Nawaz undergoing treatment for threat cancer.


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