Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz's (PML-N) supreme leader and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday has pleaded the Accountability Court (AC) to postponed the Avenfield reference case verdict for few days.

While talking to media here in London Nawaz said, “ I am not a dictator who will run away from the court”, “ my wife has been on ventilator since the last 21 days and I want to hear the decision while standing in the courtroom where I and my daughter have presented ourselves for more than 100 times”.

Whether the ruling is in our favour or otherwise we will return to Pakistan, he added.

On a query regarding Kalsoom’s health, Nawaz stated she underwent a surgery yesterday and doctors are very hopeful that she will be out of danger in coming days.

 As soon as Kalsoom’s condition improved I will go back to Pakistan, he asserted

Yesterday, the Accountability Court (AC) has reserved the verdict in the Avenfield corruption reference against the Sharif family.

According to the details, the decision will be announced on 6 July. 

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, daughter Maryam, Hussain Nawaz, Hassan Nawaz and Capt Safdar (Retd) were facing the three corruption references in the AC filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB). 

Justice Muhammad Bashir on the hearing of 29 June directed the Maryam Nawaz's lawyer Amjad Pervaiz to conclude his final arguments on 2 July but the hearing was adjourned till Tuesday as Amjad Perviz could not conclude the arguments.