The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has stated that accountability court has accepted all four references against Sharif family and Ishaq. "All references have been sent for trail by the court," NAB spokesperson stated. 

The watchdog further stated that court did not return any reference. 

Earlier, it was reported that registrar office of accountability court completed the scrutiny of NAB's references against Sharif family and Ishaq Dar and declared them as 'incomplete'.

According to details, registrar office told NAB officials that provided documents have not copies of all references.  

Earlier, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed references against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his children, Hussain, Hassan, Maryam Nawaz, son-in-law Captain (r) Safdar and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in accountability court , Islamabad today. 

According to details, NAB prosecution team reached at registrar office with documents consist of more than 400 pages regarding references. 

The references are related to London properties, Azizia Steel Mill and offshore companies.

Reference against Ishaq Dar is being filed under Section 14-C which deals with holding assets more than apparent income.

While References against Nawaz Sharif are being filed under Section 9-A which deals with hiding assets and giving gifts.  All sub sections of 9A are being mentioned in the reference against Nawaz Sharif under which he can be imprisoned for 14 years. 

Furthermore, references against Maryam Nawaz are being filed related to filing fake documents and distorting the investigation process. Under Section 31-A accused can face three-year jail.