Nomination papers of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), Mian Nawaz Sharif were approved for NA 119 seat.
Returning Officer rejected the objections on Nawaz Sharif nomination papers.
The objection on Sharif’s papers for NA-119 was filed by Mohammad Ashfaq from Muslim League (Qasim group) claiming the PML-N head had illegally occupied the Pakistan Muslim League house located on Davis Road Lahore.
On April 3, a Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) member filed an objection to the nomination papers of (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif for NA-120.
In his objection, PPP member Sohail Malik said that Nawaz was a defaulter in the Asghar Khan case.
The verdict for this case is to be delivered on April 7.
Nawaz Sharif had filed his nomination papers on both seats NA 119 & NA120 Lahore
Meanwhile, former Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif Friday rejected the NAB claim that he is a bank loan defaulter.
Speaking at a news conference in Lahore, he said he will quit politics if graft references are proved against him.
On Thursday, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) passed on information to election authorities about three graft references against PML-N leadership. The references are pending in the Accountability Court, Rawalpindi.
The two brothers were found accused of loan default in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills scandal by the NAB during the scrutiny of their nomination papers, sources said.
The NAB found that the Sharif brothers were accused in the case of loan default of Rs3,486 million rupees in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case.
Shahbaz requested the caretaker government to take notice of the accusations leveled against his popular party.
He further said that if action against such unwarranted claims is not taken, the people might assume that the accusers are supported by the interim setup.