ISLAMABAD: An responsibility court on Thursday adjourned listening to in the fake bank money owed case till May 21, ARY News suggested.
Former president and Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur seemed before the court amid tight protection.
Justice Muhammad Arshad Malik presided over the listening to of the case.
At the outset of the hearing, Zardari’s suggest requested the NAB recommend to offer copies of the connection with his patron and other 30 accused within the case.
NAB’s prosecutor answered that up to now 28 copies of the reference have been printed out, the system is underway, and it’s going to take some time.
Judge Arshad Malik directed the NAB’s prosecutor to provide the copies of the reference to the accused at earliest.
“Investigation Officer (IO) Ali Ahmed Abro unable to seem earlier than the courtroom these days due to head injury”, the prosecutor advised the court.
To this, the judge requested, simplest a unmarried guy is working and seeing all of the matter, don’t you have got team paintings?
During the hearing, the court docket normal someday exemption plea of Zain Malik, another accused in the reference as he became unable to appear before the courtroom because of bone marrow trouble.
A heavy contingent of security personnel have been deployed around the court docket to prevent any untoward incident.
On the other hand, Zardari sent an utility to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) research team and sought greater time for acting before it.
The application additionally referred to that he was scheduled to seem before the accountability court, and therefore he couldn’t show up in the bureau.
On May eight, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) granted him pre-arrest bail until May 15 inside the case related to alleged illegal award of contracts to non-public firms.
The case is part of an ongoing research being carried out via the anti-graft watchdog after the Supreme Court forwarded the joint research group (JIT) document inside the faux money owed scandal and directed it to probe money laundering of billions of rupees via fictitious financial institution accounts and file references.