Islamabad: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz supremo Nawaz Sharif was granted bail in the Toshkhana case by the accountability court on Tuesday, ARY news reported.
The three- time former Prime Minister is accused allegedly obtaining luxury vehicles from the treasury (Toshakhana) by paying 15 per cent of the actual price.
In 2020, Nawaz Sharif was declared ‘proclaimed offender’ in the Toshakhana reference by an accountability court and his permanent arrest warrant was also issued for his continued non-appearance.
Notably Sharif, whose arrest warrant was suspended on October 19- days before his arrival in Pakistan on Tuesday surrendered before the court of Judge Muhammad Bashir in the Toshakhana case, ARY news reported.
The NAB (National Accountability Bureau) was directed not to arrest the former prime minister until October 24, that is today.
The accountability court judge after marking the attendance of Nawaz Sharif allowed him to leave the court premises.
The former Prime Minister has been granted bail in the Toshakhana case against a surety bond of 1 million Pakistani Rupees (PKR).