ISLAMABAD -  Prosecution on Friday presented the details of bank accounts and vehicles registered in the name of former finance minister Ishaq Dar and his spouse to the Accountability Court Islamabad.

The court on the previous date of hearing had sought the details of the assets in the name of former finance minister and his spouse.

Meanwhile, the court recorded statements of three more prosecution witnesses in the assets beyond means corruption reference against the former finance minister.

The court called more prosecution witnesses in the case and adjourned the hearing in the case till January 29.

The accountability court on Friday conducted hearing of asset beyond means reference against Dar.

The witnesses Mohammad Naeem, who works in the Excise and Taxation Department in Lahore, banking expert Zafar Iqbal and Qaboos Aziz, former director Nadra recorded their statements.

Qaboos Aziz’s unfinished statement was completed on Friday, after which the witness Mohammad Naeem recorded his statement before the court.

He informed the court that he had received the letter of the National Accountability Bureau Lahore office on August 15 and later he appeared before the investigation office and recorded his statement regarding Ishaq Dar and his family members.

The witness Zafar Iqbal also deposed before the court and informed that the NAB Lahore office had sought details of Ishaq Dar and other family members’ bank accounts , which he had provided to the investigation officer in the case.

He said that as per the State Bank of Pakistan report the family members had 15 bank accounts out of which nine were with Al-Barka Bank.

He further submitted the details of the deposits in those accounts to the court.

The witness said that he received letter from the NAB on August 15 after which, he appeared before NAB Lahore office on August 22.

Ishaq Dar was indicted in October in a graft case in which he is accused of making assets that were “disproportionate to his known sources of income”.

In its case against Dar, the NAB has alleged that the accused has acquired assets and pecuniary interests/resources in his own name and/or in the name of his dependants of an approximate amount of Rs 831.678 million.

Dar is in London since October and has been seeking treatment of an undefined heart complication at a Harley Street hospital.