Islamabad: The National Accountability Office (NAB) announced on Tuesday that it has extended its supplementary reference hearings to Ishaq Dar until Wednesday.
Three of Dar’s co-defendants, Saeed Ahmad, president of the National Bank, Mansoor Raza and Naeem Mehmood will be sued at today’s hearing. However, three people appeared in court. No lawsuit was held.
The trio will now be sued at the hearing on Wednesday morning at 8:30.
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 financial interests/resources in his own name and/or in the name of his family, amounting to approximately 83,118,800 rupees.
Dar has been in London since October and has been seeking treatment for an indeterminate heart complication at Harley Street Hospital.