LAHORE - National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Punjab on Wednesday claimed to have arrested Khawar Rasheed, vice president Askari Bank Limited, Lahore and ex-manager Bank Al-Falah Limited over his alleged involved in the embezzlement case of Rs 200 million. The accused was arrested after the cancellation of bail application contested strongly by NAB Punjab before Lahore High Court. He will be produced before the Accountability Court for custody on physical remand on Thursday (today) for further interrogation. Complaint of the said case was filed by Sikandar Raja, an account holder at Bank Al-Falah, Tufail Road, Lahore Cantt. After detection of fraud and internal inquiry, the bank also logged formal complaint with the NAB Punjab. It revealed during the investigation that the accused while posted as Manager Operations in 2006 at Bank Al-Falah Limited, Tufail Road, Lahore Cantt made withdrawals from various Pakistani and foreign currency bank accounts in connivance with Muhammad Sajjad Khan, Misbah Shaukat and others. The accused Khawar Rasheed and Misbah Shaukat being employees of the bank were found involved in facilitating withdrawals without proper verification and other formalities. The accused Khawar Rasheed had confessed his offence before the Fraud Investigation Unit of the bank. The accused had been arrested on apprehension of fleeing from the country. Hoax call creatEs panic Panic gripped Jinnah Hospital on Wednesday after a hoax call that a bomb placed inside the Surgical Ward-III would be detonated shortly. Some unknown persons contacted the emergency police (Rescue 15) and made the hoax call. Edhi ambulances and bomb disposal squad officials rushed to the scene while hospital administration started evacuation from the ward. However, later all the locality was declared safe.