Islamabad: An Accountability Arrested On Arrival Of NAB Islamabad suspended Ishaq Dar’s warrant till October 7. Judge Muhammad Bashir said in his remarks that Ishaq Dar should not be arrested when he comes to Pakistan. Ishaq Dar should come back to Pakistan then see the cancellation of the warrant.
According to Leading News, A hearing was held in the Accountability Court Islamabad on the application against the permanent arrest warrant of former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar’s lawyer Qazi Misbah appeared in the court.
Justice Muhammad Basheer heard the petition against the perpetual arrest warrant of former finance minister Ishaq Dar, Ishaq Dar’s lawyer Qazi Misbah appeared before the court, lawyer Ishaq Dar requested the court to cancel the perpetual arrest warrant of Ishaq Dar. . As soon as Ishaq Dar lands at the airport, he will immediately appear in court.
Arrested On Arrival Of NAB
The judge then questioned where the prosecutor Afzal Qureshi is,prosecutor informed the court that Prosecutor Afzal Qureshi had gone to perform Umrah.
Subsequently, the accountability court suspended Dar’s perpetual warrant till October 7 and adjourned the hearing.
The court, while giving an opportunity to Ishaq Dar to surrender, also ordered that the PML-N leader not be arrested when he lands in Pakistan.
Judge Bashir further remarked that Dar should return to Pakistan and look into the cancellation of the warrant against him.
Two days before, PML-N leader Ishaq Dar filed a petition against the arrest warrant in the accountability court, Ishaq Dar’s lawyer Qazi Misbah took a position that NAB should withdraw the arrest warrant of former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
Lawyer Qazi Misbah Request
Lawyer Qazi Misbah requested the court that former finance minister Ishaq Dar is ready to surrender, so he should not be arrested on his return to Pakistan.
PML-N leader Ishaq Dar, who lives in London in self-exile, said on Wednesday that his doctor has given him “conditional permission” to return to Pakistan and expressed his willingness to appear in court for hearings within 15 days.
Explaining the rationale behind his decision to withdraw the plea, Dar had said that his petition had maintained that he wanted to come to Pakistan within 15 days.