NAB court issues warrants against Dar
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.