The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has reportedly frozen all assets of government minister Ishaq Dar, who is being tried within the answerability of the court in an exceeding corruption reference.
According to news, Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal, the new chairman of NAB, has issued orders to freeze all assets whether in Pakistan or abroad.

Under the orders, no dealings are created through the bank accounts of Dar, whereas a ban has been obligatory on sale and buy of all property.

New Chief’s Resolve:
On Oct 11th, former magistrate of Pakistan Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal assumed charge as head of the National answerability Bureau (NAB) by commutation outgoing chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry.

Talking to media outside the parliament on the day of assumptive charge, Javed Iqbal had vowed to require all the NAB cases to logical conclusion.

NAB Reference:
According to the NAB reference, the suspect had nonheritable assets associated monetary system interests/resources in his name or within the name of his dependents of an approximate quantity of Rs831.678 million as per the investigation conducted to date.

The assets area unit disproportionate to his proverbial sources of financial gain that he couldn’t fairly account for, the reference same.

On September 27th, the government minister had been indicted for possessing assets on the far side his proverbial sources of financial gain.

Dar had rejected the allegations leveled by the National answerability Bureau (NAB) in its reference ready following the orders of the Supreme Court in its July 28th finding of fact in Panama case.

The NAB authorities had provided a listing of 28th witnesses. The court has recorded an announcement of 3 witnesses to date.