Ishaq Dar decides to more stay in London after NAB appeal: Reports

ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has chosen to extend his stay in London after National Accountability Bureau (NAB) documented an interest against Lahore High Court decision in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills’ case, sources revealed to ARY News on Thursday.

As indicated by educated sources, his choice to expand his stay is not adapted with the bail against his arrest warrants, which were issued on Wednesday (yesterday) after he neglected to turn up under the steady gaze of the court.

Sources additionally said that Finance Minister would weigh up becoming aware of Hudaibiya Paper Mills case in Supreme Court before settling on any choice with respect to returning back to Pakistan.

Conversing with ARY News, Awami Muslim League (AML) boss Sheik Rasheed said that Ishaq Dar should to quickly leave if having a bit of ethical quality left in him.