ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court ordered immediate action to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to return the Hussain Haqqani.
Chief Justice of Pakistan, head of the Supreme Court, three member bench of the Supreme Court hearing the memo case against Hussain Haqqani. Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar said that a person went abroad with false statement, bring the case to a logical task, some decision was to be done, and the statement of returning to Haqqani Haqqani was delayed until he returned. Whether the case can not be decided, legislation is required for the return of the accused, which must be approved by the parliament.
The Supreme Court ordered NAB to take action against Hussain Haqqani, saying that NAB should take immediate steps to return Haqqani, and NAB also has legal authority to return home. Chief Justice said that SC want Hussain Haqqani to be brought back.
Justice NAB, Bilal Sufi, said that the NAB has the right to authorize legal Correspondences NAB can directly contact the US Department of State, can also be supported by the UN Counter-Terrorism Convention.
In 2011, American forces killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by secret operations in Abbottabad. At the time, Pakistani Ambassador Hussain Haqqani, in a statement, sent a letter to U.S. officials in connection with US trader Mansoor Ijaz.
In this letter, it was said that after the Abbottabad operation, there is a threat of military uprising in Pakistan, so the US should support a prosperous democratic government in Pakistan. After the contents of Memo came out, many people including Nawaz Sharif had referred to the Supreme Court. The case was registered against Hussain Haqqani, but he has not yet returned after leaving Pakistan.