LAHORE An Accountability Court here on Saturday handed over former President Bank of Punjab (BoP) Hamesh Khan to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on a 14-day remand. He would be produced in the Accountability Court of Lahore on May 29 after 14-day remand and the Courts Judge Sadiq Wattoo will resume proceedings in the bank scam. Hamesh was produced in court in handcuffs under beefed up security. His counsel protesting against it submitted that Hamesh came to Pakistan with his free will and he should be treated honorably. His counsel said NAB official humiliated and dragged Hamesh to the court in handcuffs, which he did not deserve and it was against the promise made to him and the orders of Supreme Court in this regard. He alleged that the NAB officials tortured Hamesh in custody. As per the NAB case, Hamesh Khan was allegedly involved in Rs 9 billion fraud, but he fled from the country in June, 2009 despite his name being on the Exit Control List (ECL) of the Interior Ministry. He would be presented in the Supreme Court on May 26. Earlier, Hamesh Khan was presented before the Accountability Court No.5 on Saturday. The NAB officials requested 15-day remand but the court granted 14-days remand to NAB. Additional Director NAB S.M Hasnain told the court that Hamesh will be questioned about why he granted a big loan on fake papers and disputed property of the parties. Hasnain assured the AC that Hamesh Khan would not be tortured. He said NAB never tortured accused persons in its custody. The SC was also earlier assured by NAB that he (Hamesh) would be dealt according to the law and all facilities be provided to him which, other prisoners were enjoying. Talking to media here outside of the Accountability Court, Additional Director General NAB, SM Hasnain said that so far Rs. 6.10 billion had been recovered from the accused in Punjab Bank scam and the amount is being deposited in the Bank of Punjab. He said that NAB would investigate the accused on the scientific basis, adding, meetings of family members of Hamesh Khan would be arranged.