Court to ‘diagnose’ Dar’s illness when he appears in court

ISLAMABAD: The accountability court on Wednesday expelled Finance Minister Ishaq Dar’s supplication looking for exemption from individual appearance and requested his underwriter to show up face to face and guarantee that Dar also shows up under court in the next hearing regarding the unite argument against him.

The minister, who is said to be in London for heart treatment, is blamed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) of having resources lopsided to his proclaimed sources of income.

Amid the hearing, Ishaq Dar’s secondary counsel, Ayesha Hamid, asked for the court to give her client exemption from appearance on medicinal grounds and contended that the court should proceed with the case by affirming the arrangement of a lawful delegate.

Curiously, Dar assigned Zafir Khan as his pleader, a similar individual who argued in the interest of Nawaz Sharif while he was in London attending of his wife.

The judge observed that when the minister shows up next, the court will have a different medicinal examination directed to determine the idea of Dar’s sickness.