Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader said on Tuesday the National Accountability Bureau would regret summoning her in the Avenfield case.
Maryam has been summoned on July 19 for submitting a fake trust deed in the case. NAB had submitted a request to initiate a trial against Maryam for submitting fake documents in the case.
The Avenfield properties case was one of the three references filed by NAB in light of the Supreme Court’s 2017 verdict against then prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama Papers case. It refers to the Sharif family’s ownership of the apartments at Avenfield House, London.
“The government has registered another case against me in panic after all the conspiracies were exposed during my press conference,” she said on Twitter.
The former first daughter said the anti-graft body was held hostage by means of audio and video clips.
“I ask the people, instead of getting answers to my questions, should I appear before the NAB, which is held hostage through audio/video clips,” she said.
Maryam said that she wanted suggestions from the masses on whether she should boycott appearing before an “established revenge” or if she should clear everything standing inside a NAB court.
“If [you] are to summon me, then summon me at your own risk,” she said further in her tweets.
“[You] won’t be able to listen to me, neither will you be able to bear it. You might regret it then,” she said.