ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday submitted details of former finance minister Ishaq Dar’s assets that have been seized before an accountability court.
Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir heard a NAB petition to sell former finance minister Ishaq Dar’s assets in Pakistan.
As the hearing began, NAB special prosecutor Imran Shafiq presented his arguments and said if reservations are not raised within the given time then the assets can be sold. “The accused can approach the court till six months after the assets are sold,” he added.
Shafiq further said that so far Dar has expressed no reservations and even if he appears before the court after the assets are sold then he can be granted his rights.
The NAB special prosecutor also requested the court to issue an order regarding Dar properties in Islamabad and Lahore which are beyond the court’s ambit.
Judge Bashir then asked the NAB special prosecutor to submit details of Dar’s properties that have been seized after which the court went on break. When the hearing resumed, the NAB prosecutor submitted the details of the seized assets.
According to NAB, Dar owns three flats in Dubai, a house in Lahore’s Gulberg, four plots in Islamabad and one luxury car.—INP