My hands are clean, claims Nawaz after accountability court hearing

ISLAMABAD: The accountability court conducting corruption proceedings against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family concluded the day’s hearing on Wednesday afternoon. 

Nawaz, while speaking to Geo News, said he has appeared before courts on a regular basis and claimed his hands are clean. 

The deposed prime minister, while leaving the accountability court premises, further claimed that he has never indulged in corrupt practices and never committed any crime.

Nawaz, once again, expressed his bewilderment at the corruption references registered against him.  

During today’s hearing, Mohammad Abdul Wahid, a director general at the federal information ministry, recorded his statement in court. 

Nawaz and daughter Maryam arrived in the capital from Lahore earlier today and reached the court along with senior party leaders and government officials.  

Nawaz’s son-in-law MNA Capt (retd) Safdar was also present in court. 

The hearing of the case was adjourned on Tuesday owing to the

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