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AC extends Zardari, Faryal Talpur’s judicial remand till Oct 22

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ISLAMABAD: An Accountability Court here has extended the judicial remand of former President Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur till 22nd of this month in fake bank accounts case.    

Judge Muhammad Bashir is hearing the case.

The judge adjourned the hearing of the case without making any substantial progress as it turned out that the copies of the reference had not been provided to all 30 of the suspects.

“The court will start the indictment process once all the accused had a copy of the reference filed against them by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB),” said the AC judge.

Accountability court to indict Zardari, Talpur in fake accounts case

Earlier, the accountability court had decided to indict former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur on October 4th in the fake accounts case.

The decision to fix the dates of Pakistan Peoples’ Party leaders’ indictment in the money laundering was made by Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir during the hearing today.

Zardari undergoes medical examination before court appearance

A three-member medical team of polyclinic hospital conducted medical examination of former president Asif Ali Zardari before his court appearance.

The medical team reached the National Accountability Bureau Rawalpindi office where blood samples of the Pakistan Peoples Party co-chairman were taken.

It has been learnt that blood pressure and heart beat of the erstwhile president were examined before being produced before an accountability court, and he was declared completely fit.

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M. Nasir Uddin commenced his career 25 years ago as sub-editor with PPI News Agency. For the last 20 years he remained associated with leading Urdu daily Express brought out from over ten different stations simultaneously. He reports religious parties, national politics and local bodies etc.