As some of them gained access to the apartment, one protester threw a shopping cart at Aijaz Gul, a member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) United Kingdom unit.
Pakistan Muslim League leader Maryam Nawaz who is the daughter of Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that she and her father will return to the country within 10 days.
The accountability court Islamabad on Friday last handed down 10 and 7 years rigorous imprisonment to Sharif and Maryam respectively in the Avenfield properties corruption case filed by the NAB. The three-time PM was found guilty in the Avenfield corruption case - pertaining to the ownership of four flats in the posh Avenfield House in London, charges which were revealed in the Panama Papers scandal.
"The interior ministry on the request of the country's anti-graft body - National Accountability Bureau (NAB)- has placed the names of Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz on ECL", an official of the Interior Ministry confirmed.
Maryam last evening shared her flight details to return to Pakistan with media persons. Considered to be Sharif's political heir, Maryam will serve seven years in total.
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Along with multiple charges of battering police, Crenshaw's record also includes trespassing and disorderly intoxication arrests. As per the same local report, Crenshaw said that he was lying down when Coronado approached him and punched him in the head.
President Shehbaz Sharif was greeted by party workers on his way to Nankana Sahib where he is set to address public rally in connection with election campaign for upcoming polls.
"We have made arrangements for the arrest of Sharif and his daughter at Lahore and Islamabad airports to implement court orders", NAB spokesman Bilal Punnu said on Sunday.
Sharif had denounced the court proceedings against him as politically motivated and a judicial witch-hunt, often suggesting the military was to blame.
Safdar was sentenced to one year of imprisonment on July 6 in the Avenfield case.
The former prime minister's son-in-law, Safdar has also been sentenced to a year in prison. He denies drawing the monthly salary.