Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir allowed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to auction the property of former finance minister Ishaq Dar. The court announced the verdict on the application of Tabassum Ishaq Dar. It also rejected her application seeking provision of the video made during the raid on their house.
Earlier, the NAB had confiscated all of Ishaq Dar’s moveable and immoveable assets, including a house in Gulberg III, Lahore; three plots in Al Falah Housing Society, Lahore; six acres of land in Islamabad; a two-kanal plot in Parliamentarians Enclave, Islam¬abad; a plot in the Senate Cooperative Housing Society, Islamabad; a plot measuring two kanals and another of nine marlas in Islamabad and six vehicles.
In 2018, Dar’s wife, Tabassum filed an application in the accountability court against the confiscation of the property of her husband after he was declared an absconder in the reference filed by NAB.
On the other hand, The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) has rejected a request by the Pakistan government to issue a red arrest warrant notice against Ishaq Dar, the former finance minister of Pakistan. The interior ministry had approached Interpol requesting it to issue red warrant against Dar who has been absconding corruption cases since 2017. However, Interpol has rejected the ministry’s request and has given the PML-N leader a clean chit.
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