ISLAMABAD (APP) " An official of the National Accountability Bureau here Monday apprised the Islamabad High Court that former Consulate General to the United States, Ghulam Rasool Baloch, would be arrested soon in connection with issuance of about 300 fake passports to Pakistani nationals. Additional Prosecutor General NAB , Abdul Baseer Qureshi apprised the division bench of Chief Justice Sardar Mohammad Aslam and Justice Syed Qalb e Hassan during hearing of a bail plea of another accused Mohammad Naeem. Abdul Baseer Qureshi apprised the bench that NAB reference was being prepared against former Consulate General Ghulam Rasool Baloch, which would be filed within fifteen days and he would be arrested soon. In the year 2004, a Pakistan consulate was established in Houston, US where Ghulam Rasool Baloch was designated as Consulate General , he arranged the Consulate building 25 kilometres away from the place where different embassies of various countries were located, he added. To facilitate the Pakistani community seeking passports, he nominated Imran Lalpuria as an agent, who was further assisted by Mohammad Naeem, he added. Qureshi said that they charged $1,000 per passport. "The matter was unearthed after a bomb blast incident in India in which the Indian authorities found a passport bearing Pakistani nationality, the hotel record subsequently revealed that the passport was issued in Houston, US," he added.He said during an investigation conducted by Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in US Imran Lalpuria admitted that he had issued a fake passport to one Nazar Ali by using picture and contents of another person Aziz Moosa after accepting a sum of $2,500. Imran Lalpuria was persecuted in US and was punished by a court there while Mohammad Naeem's bail plea had already been rejected here by Lahore High Court, Rawalpindi Bench, he added. Additional Prosecutor General said that Tarqi Bhatti, a NAB officer, completed the investigation in which these accused had been found involved. After hearing arguments, the bench dismissed the bail plea of Mohammad Naeem.