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Court Suspends Ishaq Dar’s Arrest Warrants

Islamabad: An accountability court on Friday suspended former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar’s chronic arrest warrants until October 7, saying the court would scrap the arrest warrants when the accused presents himself before the court.

Accountability court judge Muhammad Bashir heard Ishaq Dar’s plea to cancel the arrest warrants against him. The court suspended his arrest warrants on his lawyer Qazi Misbah’s guarantee that Dar would come straight to the court after landing at the airport.

On September 21, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader challenged his arrest warrants released by the NAB court. Dar, through his lawyer Qazi Misbah, filed a plea in the court of AC judge Azam Khan against his arrest warrants in a graft case.