Ishaq Dar assets case: Two accused seek delay in indictment | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Two accused of Ishaq Dar assets filed a lawsuit against the indictment on March 12.
The accountability court hearing of the asset accumulation case against the former Minister of Finance Dar at the previous hearing on March 5 was ordered to indict another accused in the March 12 case.
The legal advice of the accused Haim Mehmood and Mansur Rizvi claimed that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) provided its clients with a link to 700 pages, the pages of which are unclear.
According to the lawyer, 70 of the 700 pages in
The defendants prayed to the court so that they could not be charged before providing clear documents along with their translations.
Accountability Tribunal, hearing a petition issued by NAB for su
The application will be published on 12 March.
Dar, a close associate of the Muslim Muslim League of Pakistan's leader Nawaz Sharif, accused of owning property disproportionate to his declared sources of income.
The NAB filed a provisional reference to the Dar in September last year in the light of the verdict of the Supreme Court of July 28, 2017 in the case of the Panama papers.
The additional link is based on seven volumes and includes the accounts of the accused, with transactions amounting to 4.06 million US dollars, according to the special prosecutor NAB Imran Shafiq.