The convict could be jailed for three months or fined £2,500.
After successful surgery, he has been shifted to a private home in Lahore. According to the Dawn newspaper report, Ali can regularly be seen shouting anti-Nawaz slogans outside Avenfield House and Stanhope House. While some Twitter users praised Ali, others said that the action amounted to criminal damages in the UK. Under Britain’s Criminal Damage Act 1971, anyone caught painting a wall could be punished with imprisonment of up to ten years or a fine of more than £5,000 for damages. If the damage is less than £5,000, the convict could face up to three months in prison or a fine of £2,500.
Offenders can also be prosecuted under the Anti-Social Behavior Act, 2003. However, nothing was disclosed about whether the complaint or charges were filed. Nawaz Sharif, 72, arrived in London in November 2019 in a medical emergency and has been there ever since. He was convicted in the Avenfield property case and sentenced to ten years in prison. His sons Hassan Nawaz and Hussain Nawaz live in London. He was declared a ‘fugitive’ by a Pakistani court after he failed to appear in even one of the three corruption cases registered against him with his father.