Ishaq Dar’s plea to conduct Accountability Sessions in his absence ‘rejected’.

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ISLAMABAD: Accountability court has ordered the incumbent finance minister’s surety giver to appear in person and ensure that Ishaq Dar also appears before the court on the next date of hearing – November 14.

Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir while giving a warning to the surety on Wednesday remarked that the court would confiscate surety bonds worth Rs5 million if they failed to appear before the court.

Meanwhile, the court rejected NAB’s request to issue non-bailable warrants of arrests against Dar. His bailable warrants are still intact.

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