ISLAMABAD: Civil court of Islamabad sent the former Chairman Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Zafar Hijazi on 14 days judicial remand to Adiala jail on Saturday.
In a inquiry conducted by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and it found guilty the former SECP chairman in tempering the records of companies possess by Sharif family. The FIA team submitted 28 page report before the SC on July 9.
However, lawyer of Hijazi said in the court that SECP staff did not change or interfered in the record of Chaudhry Sugar Mills which own Sharif family and did not take any pressure on it.
The former SECP chief was physically remanded to FIA’s custody for another three days after his four-day remand expired on July 26.
The court instructed FIA to produce Hijazi before the judges again on July 29 after his latest remand expired.