NAB decides to issue red warrants for Ishaq Dar
National Accountability Bureau(NAB) has decided to issue red warrants for former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
According to a statement issued after NAB meeting, the institute will bring Dar back to Pakistan through Interpol.
Former minister does not have any illness which cannot be treated in Pakistan, the statement read.
Earlier, the Accountability Court resumed graft case hearing against former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar today.
The court is hearing case against Dar under NAB reference of holding assets beyond the known sources of income.
As the hearing resumed prosecution called two more witnesses before court who are private bankers from Lahore, Muhammad Azeem and Faisal Shehzad.
Shehzad, however, remained unable to appear because of family wedding today.
Furthermore, the court called two more witnesses, Abdul Rehman Gondal and Masud-ul-Ghani, who were later allowed to go as their statements have been recorded earlier.
Gondal submitted Ishaq Dar’s income details from 2005 to 2017.
During his testimony, Azeem further submitted income and account details of Ishaq Dar and his family.
He told the court that first account of Dar was operated from 2001 and 2012. Second was from August 2012 to December 2016 and third was operational from January 2017 to August 2017.
He further told the court that NAB asked details of accounts in August.
Azeem also submitted details of locker on name of Dar and his wife and Hajvery Holding Company.
NAB has given list of 28 witnesses in the accountability court.