KARACHI - An anti-corruption court here on Saturday again issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Amin Qasim Dada, one of prime accused in financial scam of National Insurance Company Limited (NICL). The court has also issued directive to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to produce the accused on March 25. Special anti-corruption court Judge, Shaukat Ali Memon, repeated the warrants with the directive to ensure the arrest of the main accused before the court. The court has also issued orders to produce former NICL chairman Ayaz Khan Niazi, who was arrested earlier. According to the prosecution, NICL chairman Ayaz Khan Niazi, executive director (finance) Muhammad Zahoor, general manager (audit) Ather Naqvi, general manager (real estate) Zahid Hussain and general manager (law) Ijaz Ahmed Sheikh along with their absconding accomplices were booked for allegedly causing huge financial losses to the national exchequer by violating rules in the procurement of a piece of land in Korangi, Karachi. In the last hearing, the court issued non-bailable warrants against six absconders - Amin Qasim Dada and Javed Saeed (the directors of the NICL) and Khalid Anwar Khan, Khawaja Akbar Butt, Syed Mohammad Iqbal and Amir Hussian - directing the FIA to arrest and produce them before the court, but the law enforcers failed to comply with the courts directive. The prime suspect, Ayaz Niazi, was not produced in the court on Saturday and the judge also issued his production order with a direction to jail authorities to produce him on the next hearing. The other four suspects are currently confined in Lahore in connection with other cases. According to the prosecution, the secretary of the federal commerce ministry had sent a written complaint to the FIA on November 16, 2010 asking it to carry out a probe of all purchases of land at various places and on different times by the NICL.