ISLAMABAD: Accountability Court (AC) of the capital city on Monday, extending physical remand of two accused in Karkey Rental power case handed over them to anti-graft body National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
The AC Judge Arshad Malik heard the Karkey Rental power case. Two accused of the case, Laiq Ahmed, Sher Ali, were produced before Judge Arshad Malik after their physical remand ended.
The anti-corruption body while insisting physical remand of accused Laiq Ahmed also informed the accountability court the accused was asked about expenditure of an amount of $ 3, 65,000 during the interrogation and the accused said that an amount of $100000 spent on medical while $ 200000 spent on the other areas but the accused did not provide the details of expenditures on the medical and other purposes.
The NAB prosecutor told the court the accused Laiq Ahmed is not cooperating with the body and all his efforts are on killing the time.
Defense lawyer contended that Laiq Ahmed has nothing to do with the case.
After hearing the arguments, Judge Arshad Malik extending his physical remand till May 16 and handed over him to the NAB while stating the NAB prosecutor clearly that it is the last extension in the accused physical remand after that no extension will be given.
The NAB also presented another accused, Sher Ali of the case before the court and demanded the extension of physical remand of the accused as well.
The court also granted extension in physical remand until May 16 of Sher Ali and handed over him to the NAB.