Hearing of supplementary reference against Ishaq Dar adjourned till April 5

ISLAMABAD: The accountability court on Tuesday adjourned hearing of supplementary corruption case against Ishaq Dar till April 05 as three co-accused once again escaped indictment for the fifth time.


According to details, Judge Muhammad Bashir conducted hearing of the case.

During the hearing Mansoor Rizwi counsel misbehaved Judge Muhammad Bashir while seeking an adjournment in today’s proceedings.

“Speak politely and show me your power of attorney,” said Judge Muhammad Bashir.

Akbar, who is president of the Islamabad High Court Bar Association, threw away his papers and said he’s leaving the courtroom along with his client.

The court then adjourned the hearing till April 05.

During the previous hearing accountability court hearing the assets accumulation case against Senator Ishaq Dar does not indict the co-accused named in the supplementary reference against the former finance minister due to lawyer’s absence.

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed an interim reference against Ishaq Dar in September last year on the Supreme Court’s order in the Panama Papers case.

The co-accused are identified as former President of National Bank of Pakistant Saeed Ahmed, Naeem Mehmood and Mansoor Rizvi.