Islamabad [Pakistan], May 18 (ANI): Pakistan Justice Instigation (PTI) chief Imran Khan may not appear at the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday. He will submit a written response to the questionnaire, Geo News reported, citing sources.
NAB summoned ex-Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan at 10am this morning for an inquiry into the UK’s £190m settlement. According to Geo News sources, Imran Khan’s legal team advised him not to appear at NAB in his personal capacity, but to submit a written answer to 20 questions related to the corruption case, which also involved a real estate tycoon .
The Rawalpindi chapter of NAB summoned Imran Khan and several other PTI leaders on May 18 in the Al-Qadir Trust case, Geo News reported. In its notice, the anti-graft agency requested details of the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation into £190m worth of assets in 2019 of Imran Khan, who has been granted bail in the case.
According to news reports, the National Accountability Office asked Imran Khan to provide details about the NCA investigation and all documents related to Al-Qadir University, including land documents, trust deeds and bank statements. It also warned the former Pakistani prime minister of legal action if he did not comply with the subpoena.
Earlier on May 17, the Islamabad High Court extended his arrest warrant until May 31, Geo News reported. The development came during a hearing on PTI’s request to hear details of all cases against the party leader, claiming he was on the register in more than 100 cases. The court has adjourned the hearing until May 31.
On May 12, the cricketer-turned-politician was granted sweeping immunity from different seats in the IHC, which not only barred the authorities from arresting him, but also postponed his trial in the Toshakhana case until June, Geo News reported. the second week. On the same day, the independent IHC bench accepted Khan’s bail in the Al-Qadir Trust case.
It has prevented authorities from arresting the PTI chief until May 17 in any case registered in Islamabad after May 9. Imran Khan was arrested by paramilitary forces at the IHC premises on May 9, sparking violent protests across the country. (Arnie)
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