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Ishaq Dar corruption case: Court approves NBP president’s two-day exemption request

Ishaq Dar corruption case: Court approves NBP president’s two-day exemption request

ISLAMABAD: An accountability tribunal in Islamabad approved a two-day exemption request from Bank Negara’s President Said Ahmed. He is a co-accused, in addition to the means of Isahedal. Added reference to assets.

Justice Mohammad Bashir examined the case. However, two co-defendants, Mansoor Raza and Naeem Mehmood, appeared in court and Said Ahmed remained absent. The three men will be charged today.

His lawyer, Hashmat Habib, requested the court to allow his client to be absent from court.

The NAB prosecutor objected to the appeal and said that the date of hearing had been fixed six times in order to sue the defendant. Therefore, the two suspects in court should at least be sued.

Habib’s position is that, regardless of the date, the High Court’s decision should be awaited. “My sister-in-law’s marriage is next Monday and I can’t appear before this,” he added.

The judge said: “The SC has issued an order to close the case within three months.”

“The speed with which the NAB Prosecutor is proceeding, he will complete the case within a week. The court should show some compassion. My client is therefore in an unconscious; set the date for the next Saturday hearing,” said the lawyer.

The judge thinks that Said Ahmed is a healthy person and must appear on Friday.

During the court’s adjournment until March 30, the accused accused the defendant of submitting a security deposit worth 10 rupees on Friday.

Corruption cases

The 67-year-old Ishaq Dar was charged in a transplant in October. He was controlled to create assets that were not commensurate with his known source of income.

According to the Supreme Court’s order of July 28, the National Accountability Office (NAB) questioned the case and denied that Nawaz Sharif was the prime minister of the Panamanian document scandal.

In the case against Dahl, the National Advisory Committee alleged that the defendant obtained assets and monetary interests/resources in his own name and/or in the name of his family members, amounting to approximately 83,118,800 rupees.

Dar has been in London since October and has been seeking treatment at Harley Street Hospital for an uncertain cardiac complication.

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