LAHORE The FIA on Monday in the provincial capital arrested another accused of National Insurance Company Limited (NICL) scam Abdul Malik, manager of PML-Q leader Moonis Elahis dairy farm. The FIA investigation team raided the office of Moonis, the son of former Punjab chief minister Pervaiz Elahi, situated at 182-A Abubakar Block Garden Town and arrested Abdul Malik for his alleged involvement in opening a fake bank account and later transferring Rs300 to 400 millions to Mohsin Waraichs account, said an FIA officer while seeking anonymity. The arrest the co-accused is a continuation of probe into the scam wherein Director FIA Zafar Qureshi claimed that he had recovered Rs1.66 billions from Ayaz Niazi and Warraich family after being appointed as investigation officer in the case. We have also recovered Rs100 millions from the accused against the loss caused to national exchequer because of the difference of evaluation in the 20 Kanal and two Marla land near Lahore Airport. The director will submit his report to the Supreme Court on January 11 (next month) while the agency has launched a hunt for other accused of the case, including Mohsin Warraich and Qasim Amin Dada, the two missing links of the NICL scam after making hundred per cent recovery from the arrested persons. Zafar said Dada was in Karachi. I have written five to six times to the director FIA Karachi for the arrest of Qasim Dada. I am sure that the accused is in Karachi, adding that they would now contact Sindh Home secretary via his counterpart in Punjab for his arrest. Meanwhile, Moonis Elahi claimed that the FIAs raid on his office was a clear evidence of the friendship between the PPP and the PML-N. In a press statement, he said, We cannot be bogged down by these political tactics; well fight to the hilt. Secretary Information PML-Q Senator Kamil Ali Agha while talking to media at the office of Moonis Elahi said the incursion was a result of the demand made by PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif during a recent telephonic conversation between President Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz. The PML-Q spokesman claimed that Nawaz, after getting annoyed with the role of his party as the real opposition, was raising a hue and cry for the last two and a half years demanding an action against the Chaudhrys. He said the raid was a part of victimisation campaign launched by the PPP-PML-N nexus, adding that Moonis had nothing to do with the irregularities in the NICL and he was not a defaulter of any bank. They would prove their innocence in the court of law if needed, he said. Kamil said the PML-Q practiced politics of reconciliation during its govt while his party leaders had recently also met with the PML-N leaders that helped resolving many issues being faced by the country and the masses.