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Will surrender to authorities today, says Capt Safdar

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Embattled former premier Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law retired Captain Mohammad Safdar announced on Sunday that he is willing to surrender to authorities today after being convicted in the Avenfield corruption reference two days ago because "honour demands it".

In an audio message sent to journalists by the PML-N's media cell, Capt Safdar said the decision for him to turn himself in, after he was sentenced to one year in jail for abetment in the Avenfield reference, was made by the party's leadership.

He added that he wished to be arrested in an area other than Mansehra, his hometown, or Hazara Division.

Nawaz, his daughter Maryam, and Safdar were all handed varying jail sentences in the Avenfield corruption reference on Friday. The former premier and his daughter are currently in London, while Safdar is in Pakistan. His whereabouts are currently unknown.

He was to contest the upcoming polls on a National Assembly and provincial assembly seat from Mansehra, but the accountability court's verdict has, for the time being, rendered him disqualified.

The National Accountability Bureau on Saturday said that arrest warrants for Safdar had already been obtained, and a team had departed for Mansehra, where he was last seen on Friday, to arrest him.

However, he has remained "underground" and is reportedly looking to consult his lawyer to get a stay order.

The PML-N's Mansehra President Zafar Mehmood told Dawn earlier that Safdar would either surrender to NAB or avail himself of pre-arrest bail from the court in Lahore on Monday.

Nawaz and Maryam both are set to return to Pakistan on Friday, July 13, exactly one week after their conviction.

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