NAB halts move to bring back Ishaq Dar to Pakistan through Interpol

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday ceased the procedure to take previous finance minister Ishaq Dar back to Pakistan through Interpol. The progression was taken after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) issued stay order against the accountability court’s choice relating to the issuance of non-bailable capture warrants for Dar.

The IHC, on December 20, banned the responsibility court from holding procedures for the situation till January 17, 2018, while hearing the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) pioneer’s appeal to against the counter join court’s issuance of non-bailable capture warrants against him and a request pronouncing him a broadcasted wrongdoer.

Amid the procedures, Justice Bashir had approached the NAB prosecutor for a duplicate of the IHC stay arrange, to which the prosecutor had answered that the group had asked for the IHC to give a duplicate of the stay arrange.

The court had additionally coordinated the NAB to present its report relating to seizure of properties of Dar and his underwriter and expelled Dar’s ask for to select Qazi Misbah as his direction.

Then, the NAB specialists have chosen to challenge IHC’s request in the court.

Dar is in London since October and has been looking for treatment of an indistinct heart inconvenience at a Harley Street hospital.