Captain Safdar will appear before the anti-corruption court on Monday.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has dropped hint that Hussain and Hassan Nawaz, sons of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, may not appear before the accountability court, taking advantage of their foreign residency.
Sharif's two sons, who also skipped out on Monday's hearing, are also said to be in London with their ailing mother.
Talking to reporters after a hearing yesterday, Maryam said that her brothers would make their own decision regarding their appearance before the court.
On October 2, Sharif's indictment on charges of corruption was deferred by a NAB court till October 9. The court rejected the plea announced that it will indict the accused during the next hearing. Maryam, who was not detained, separately appeared in the same court for the first time.
Both were given bail in lieu of surety bonds of Rs. 50,000.
Pakistan's anti-corruption authorities have arrested former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in- law in multiple corruption cases, officials and local media reported. Maryam criticised the arrest of her husband and said he was taken into custody despite the fact that he had come back to face the case. "I do not need to say anything here, the way things have been going on over the past year and a half has revealed the truth to the nation", the Dawn quoted her as saying.
Zardari addressed workers of Pakistan People's Party in capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and said that Imran Khan could not handle dengue outbreak in the province, how could he run the country.
"When they could not find any evidence, they disqualified him on the Iqama (work permit) issue", she contended. "The judges will have to answer the nation".
She said judges will have to be answerable.
Kulsoom Nawaz is undergoing treatment for lymphoma in London and so far three successful surgeries have been held. The court accepted the plea.
The accountability court had issued a non-bailable arrest warrant after Safdar after he failed to appear on previous hearings despite notices.
Sharif was disqualified from office in July.
Hassan and Hussain, who are facing corruption cases in Pakistan, are residing in London.