ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Wednesday submitted a progress report with the Accountability Court regarding the auction of assets owned by former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
The report was submitted to Accountability Court-I Judge Muhammad Bashir, who heard the reference against Dar pertaining to his assets beyond known sources of income. The court had ordered to seize the property of accused as he continuously failed to attend the proceedings. The report, which was submitted by NAB’s investigation officer Nadir Abbas, stated that the department had shared details of Dar’s property and bank accounts with the provincial government of Punjab in accordance with the court orders.
It further stated that the bank accounts belonging to Dar and his companies with the balance of over Rs 500.8 million, had been seized. The Punjab government had also seized Dar’s house in Gulberg 3, Lahore, while the six acres land in Malot, Islamabad, had already been sold before the investigation into the case began.
The NAB IO also submitted a compliance report regarding the seizure of three plots owned by Dar, his wife, and his son. A raid was conducted at Ishaq Dar’s residence to impound his vehicles but the same was not found there.
It stated that the progress report regarding the sale of shares owned by the accused and his wife would be submitted to the court after receiving the updates from the Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP).
Two policemen gunned down in Karachi’s Orangi Town
KARACHI: Two policemen were killed when unidentified assailants opened fire at them in Karachi’s Orangi Town today, rescue sources said.
The firing incident took place at around 8am when both the police personnel were on their way to report for duty. Four armed men on two motorbikes opened fire and killed the personnel.
Upon being informed of the incident, a police team reached the site and cordoned it off to collect evidence. The bodies were shifted to a nearby medical facility for medico legal formalities.
Funeral prayers of 2 policemen, martyred in early morning attack in Orangi Town, Mominabad area, offered in Garden Headquarters today. IG Sindh, Karachi Police Chief and other high officials of Rangers and Police, as well as Sindh govt representatives also attended prayers. pic.twitter.com/r9ay6ETSVT
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The killed policemen, posted in Mominabad, were identified as Sepoy Allahdita and Sepoy Ahmed Ali.
Taking notice of the shooting incident, Additional Inspector General Amir Sheikh sought a report from the SSP West in this regard.
Police officer stabbed ahead of G20 summit in Japan
TOKYO: Japanese police Monday arrested a man suspected of stabbing a police officer in the chest and stealing his gun near Osaka, just days before world leaders fly into the city for a G20 summit.
The 33-year-old suspect, who denies the charges, was in possession of an ID document showing he was mentally disabled, an Osaka regional police detective said.
The police officer, 22, is still in a coma, the detective added. His gun was found later with one bullet missing.
The incident, a rare case of violent crime in Japan, hit national headlines due to the proximity of the attack to the G20, which will be held in the western city on June 28 and 29.
“We have not yet studied what impact this will have on the G20 security plan,” Takahisa Ishida, chief of the Osaka police, told local media.
US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will be among the leaders jetting in for the summit, with tens of thousands of aides in tow.
More than 25,000 police officers will reportedly be mobilised to provide security in Osaka during the summit meetings.
“We will do our best on security measures ahead of the G20 next week,” top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters Monday when asked about the incident.
A recent meeting of G20 finance ministers in the western city of Fukuoka was held under extremely high security, with areas around the meeting in total lockdown.
PFUJ condemns brutal murder of Hyderabad journalist Ilyas Warsi
KARACHI: Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) President G.M. Jamali has strongly condemned the brutal murder of senior journalist Ilyas Warsi in Hyderabad here today.
Warsi, who was affiliated to the Sindhi daily Kawish newspaper, was found dead in his apartment adjacent to Al-Raheem Shopping Centre in Hyderabad.
According to a family source, Warsi had left for his home from Hyderabad Press Club at around 6 PM. Warsi’s son told the police that when he reached the apartment, it was locked from inside. He knocked at the door but there was no response upon which he called others and force opened the door where he found his father’s dead body.
“The journalist was murdered using an edge tool,” police said, adding that the killers and motive behind the murder remains unknown.
Warsi was former president of Hyderabad Press Club and had been affiliated with many national and international journalist unions.
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