ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari is likely to issue the notification of Admiral (Retd) Fasih Bokhari as Chairman National Accountability Bureau in the next couple of days, sources in the government informed TheNation. The sources in Pakistan Peoples Party informed that Admiral (Retd) Fasih Bokhari on Saturday called on President Asif Ali Zardari at Awan-I-Sadr and the President had asked him to be prepared for assuming the charge of Chairman National Accountability Bureau. These sources said that President Zardari had taken the decision to go ahead with notifying Admiral (Retd) Bokhari as Chairman NAB as Leader of Opposition in his letter had not raised any objection on the credentials of Admiral Bokhari and just pointed out procedural flaws. The sources further informed that Admiral (Retd) Fasih Bokhari was to move out of station on Sunday in connection with the meeting of Ex-Servicemen Association but now he was not leaving the station as his notification as Chairman NAB could be made any time. Earlier after his nomination for the slot of Chairman NAB by the President, he called on Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani who had greeted him for his nomination. The point was not well taken by the Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan and he said that it was not appropriate on part of Admiral Bokhari to call on Prime Minister before the final and formal acceptance of his name as Chairman NAB by both the constitutional consultees in the process - Prime Minister and Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly. Later, in his reply to President Zardari Leader of Opposition Ch Nisar pointed out a series of flaws in the consultation process and made it clear to President Zardari that for meaningful and purposeful consultation a panel of three names should be forwarded to the constitutional consultee in the process. While he also referred to the inclusion of Chief Justice of Pakistan in the consultation process, citing a number of judgements of the apex court. Presidential spokesman former Senator Farhatullah Babar was not available for comments on the issue, as he did not take the repeated calls made on his cell phone.