Announcing his decision later, the judge dismissed Hamid's plea, and included the documents presented by Shahzad into the case. Tayyab also provided details of Sharif's and his sons' accounts in Euro and United Kingdom pounds.
Hamid pleaded that the documents submitted by Shahzad can not be made part of the case.
He said Sharif's eldest son Hussain transferred £25,000 to his father's account in December 2010 and the same amount was transferred by Sharif to his Pakistani currency account in 2015.
The accountability court hearing the case is located inside the Federal Judicial Complex.
Tayyab Ahmed (left) walks into the court on Wednesday.
The defence lawyer also submitted a plea challenging the inclusion of Shahzad in the witness list.
Tayyab, who is associated with Standard Chartered Bank, shared details of the bank accounts and transactions carried out over the years by the deposed premier and his sons - Hasan and Hussain.
Shahzad is a manager and Ahmed an employee of a private bank.
The accountability judge accepted the NAB plea.
The hearing was then adjourned until Thursday (today) when Tayyab will continue recording his statement. On August 14, 2016, Nawaz issued another cheque worth Rs19.5m to his daughter, the witness had told the court. The court had noted that she had already received such an exemption earlier from Nov 15 to Dec 15, which was still intact.
The anti-graft body was given six weeks, from the date of the apex court's order, to file the reference in an accountability court while the accountability court was granted six months to wrap up the proceedings. Ishaq Dar avoided the media and cameras after he reached the house of Nawaz Sharif.
The references against the Sharif family pertain to the Azizia Steel Mills and Hill Metals Establishment, their London properties (Avenfiled reference), and over dozen offshore companies (Flagship Investment reference) owned by the family. The judge also provided a copy of the reference - spread over 53 volumes - to Maryam and Safdar.
The anti-corruption watchdog has nominated Sharif and his two sons - Hasan and Hussain Nawaz - in two references regarding the Aziza Steel Mills, Hill Metals Establishment, and almost dozen other companies owned by the Sharif family.
The fourth reference was filed against Ishaq Dar relating to possessing assets beyond known sources of income.