he accountability court has on Monday adjourned the hearing of assets beyond income against former finance minister Ishaq Dar filed against him by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in line with the Supreme Court directive in the Panamagate case.
The accountability court judge Muhammad Bashir heard the case against former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
During the proceedings, two witnesses in the case, private bank officer Faisal Shahzad and Director National Assembly Sher Dil Khan, recorded their statements before the court.
Faisal Shahzad also submitted details of Dar’s bank accounts in the court.
The prosecution witness Sher Dil informed the court that Ishaq Dar was elected as the member of National Assembly in 1993 and that time he was drawing a monthly salary of Rs14,000.
The court has sought a report pertaining to seizure of properties of the former minister’s guarantor from NAB. On Thursday, NAB decided to issue a red notice for Dar to bring him back to Pakistan with the help of the Interpol.