NAB court is­sues war­rants against Dar

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ISLAMABAD: The ac­count­abil­ity court hear­ing the cor­rup­tion case against Fi­nance Min­is­ter Ishaq Dar is­sued non-bail­able war­rants af­ter the min­is­ter failed to ap­pear in court on Tues­day.

The court also is­sued a no­tice to Dar’s guar­an­tor for fail­ing to en­sure the pres­ence of the min­is­ter. Ear­lier, as the hear­ing be­gan, Judge Mo­ham­mad Bashir in­quired from Dar's guar­an­tor, Ah­mad Ali Qu­doosi, when the min­is­ter will ap­pear in court.

Qu­doosi replied that Dar, presently in Lon­don for heart treat­ment, will fully re­cover in three to six weeks. The fi­nance min­is­ter, who skipped the pre­vi­ous three hear­ings on ac­count of med­i­cal treat­ment, is ac­cused by the NAB of pos­sess­ing as­sets dis­pro­por­tion­ate to his de­clared sources of in­come.

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