Islamabad NAB court suspends Ishaq Dar’s arrest warrants till Oct 7

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The arrest warrants will be permanently suspended once Dar appears before the court in person, AC-Judge Muhammad Bashir said. Ishaq Dar's lawyer had informed the court on Thursday that his client was ready to surrender. The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed former finance minister's petition against the decision of an accountability court declaring him proclaimed offender, over withdrawal.
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Accountability Court suspends arrest warrant for Ishaq Dar till October 7

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Accountability court suspends Ishaq Dar’s arrest warrants till October 7

"The arrest warrants will be permanently suspended once Dar appears before the court in person," the judge said.

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