Police attacked my car, says Maryam Nawaz outside NAB office

LAHORE: Maryam Nawaz alleged that Lahore police attacked her outside the NAB office in Lahore as she was suppose to appear before the corruption watchdog today.

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Police attacked my car, says Maryam Nawaz outside NAB office.

However, her hearing was cancelled as PML-N workers clashed with police outside the NAB office as they gathered ahead of the party leader to show their solidarity.

The National Accountabilty Bureau (NAB) told Maryam Nawaz to turn back after cancelling her hearing keeping in view the large gathering of PML-N workers which resulted in an unstable law and order situation.

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Maryam Nawaz refused to turn back and spoke to the PML-N workers saying that the only reason she had been summoned from her home was to cause her harm.

She alleged that police attacked her car pelting stones which even cracked her windshield as a result.

Police attacking my car. Imagine if it were not a bullet proof vehicle. Shame.

Maryam Nawaz also shared another video showing the cracked windshield and once again said that it was the result of the police pelting stones on her bulletproof car in an attempt to insitigate the PML-N workers.

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) blamed PML-N workers for organized chaos issuing a press release saying that it was the first time since the formation of the bureau that it was treated in such a manner where stoned were pelted at the office breaking windows and even injuring the staff.

It said that the proceedings against Maryam Nawaz had been postponed and action will be taken against the PML-N representatives and leaders for interfering in the legal process.

Over 50 PML-N activist have been arrested over their involvement in the clash according to reports.

Chief Minister Usman Buzdar takes notice

Even Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar took notice of the incident that occured outside the NAB office in Lahore and ordered the Chief Secretary Punjab and IG Punjab to submit a full report on the matter and take action against those wo violated the law.

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