SUKKUR: Pakistan People’s Party leader Khursheed Shah was remanded in the custody of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for 10 days by an accountability court on Saturday in a case related to assets beyond known sources of income, reported by Now Correspondent Nasir Arayen
The accountability watchdog had requested for a 15-day remand of the PPP leader.
The court then inquired about Shah’s arrest papers and said it cannot grant 15-day remand without any papers being submitted.
The court then granted 10-day remand to NAB and ordered Shah to be presented before the court on October 1.
People’s Party leader was also granted medical facilities, food from home and meeting his family.