Capt (r) Safdar hiding in a Cave ahead of his arrest – Pictures Goes Viral – Research Snipers

Capt (r) Safdar hiding in a Cave ahead of his arrest – Pictures Goes Viral

A picture has gone viral all over the internet showing ex-disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law Capt (r) Safdar hiding in a cave in Mansehra accompanied by his friends. It is claimed that the picture of Safdar is ahead of his arrest in Rawalpindi.

Captain Safdar is convicted in Avenfiled flats case and given one-year imprisonment.

The pictures has been released by Capt (r) Safdar’s supporters. It has gone viral all over the social media. The cave is located in the mountainous Tanawal area. The son-in-law of the ex-Prime Minister can be seen with a small suitcase in the picture.

Even though Capt (r) Safdar said that he was ready to surrender to the NAB, he went into hiding right before his arrest. As per PML-N members, Safdar left the cave for Rawalpindi through Chappar Road.

Hamid Mir tweeted, “This is where Safdar was hiding from arrest before deciding to surrender after all”

“This is where Safdar was hiding from arrest before deciding to surrender after all. It’s a lost cause they are fighting now you can see the hopelessness and despondency on their faces finally, its game over after decades of corruption and treason.”

“A viral picture shows Capt Safdar hiding in a Mansehra cave along with a friend and guns ahead of his surrender in Rawalpindi over conviction in the Avenfield flats corruption case.”

The announcement in the Avenfield corruption reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against the Nawaz Sharif and his family was made on July 6th. Supreme Court announced jail for 10 years for Nawaz Sharif, 7 years for Maryam Nawaz and Capt Safdar for 1 year. After the announcement, an attempt was made by protestors to attack Sharif’s Avenfield flats in London. Some activists tried to break down the apartment doors of the ex-disqualified Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and his son, Hussain Nawaz.

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