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Prosecutor witnesses submit details of Dar’s bank accounts in accountability court

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: The prosecutor witnesses submitted details of the Ishaq Dar bank accounts in the accountability court on Thursday hearing the corruption reference against the former finance minister.

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed a case against Senator Ishaq Dar on the direction of Supreme Court after the Panama case verdict on July 28.

The Accountability court declared Ishaq Dar as proclaimed offender for his continuous absence from the proceedings as he is in London for medical treatment.

Faisal Shehzad and Muhammad Azeem, Lahore-based bankers, appeared before the court and submitted the details of the accused and his family.

The informed the court that Dar’s first account was operated from 2001 to 2012, second from Aug 2012 to Dec 2016 and third from Jan 2017 to Aug 2017.

The court had also re-summoned Masoodul Ghani and Abdul Rehman Gondal but later allowed the witnesses to leave as their statements were already recorded.

Accountability court adjourned the hearing until December 18 and also summoned five more witnesses including Cabinet Division Deputy Secretary Wasif Hussain, Commerce Deputy Director Qamar Zaman, former NADRA official Qaboos Aziz, National Assembly Director Sher Dil Khan and private bank official Faisal Shehzad.

 

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  1. I am sure others too have noticed that London has become a haven for most criminals on the run from own country’s law. Most come from Asia. In our case starting with Altaf of MQM Nawaz and his two sons and Daughter. Terrorists from Baluchistan and Afghanistan etc. Altaf is guilty of murder of a colleague and money laundering and a fresh name of Ishaq Dar has been added who is guilty of massive corruption as Finance Minister of Pakistan. It is about time the British Government moved.

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