ISLAMABAD: The responsibility court in Islamabad on Wednesday issued bailable arrest warrants for Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for not appearing in the court. The court had been hearing a debasement body of evidence against Dar regarding a reference documented by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against the blamed for having resource past known wellsprings of pay. The reference had been documented as per Supreme Court’s July 28 decision in Panama Papers Case.
At the point when the hearing initiated, Dar’s convention officer Fazal Dad educated Judge Mohammad Bashir that Ishaq Dar couldn’t show up in the court as he is as of now in the UK. From there on, the NAB prosecutor asked the court to issue capture warrants to ensure that Dar shows up for the court’s hearings later on.
The court tolerating the department’s request issued headings for bailable arrest warrants to be issued for Dar. The court also ordered a bail bond of Rs1 million to be submitted and declared the following court hearing on September 25. Online Pakistani news
In the meantime, NAB Lahore has issued directions to the State Bank of Pakistan and also all different banks countrywide to solidify the records of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar.
According to sources, NAB had just dispatched summons to Dar’s home in Islamabad and also in Lahore. Furthermore, it has additionally been uncovered that NAB will request that the trial court issue capture warrants for Dar on the off chance that he doesn’t appear for the court hearing today.