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NAB ISSUES ARREST WARRRANTS FOR CAPTAIN SAFDAR

PESHAWAR: The National Accountability Bureau director has given warrants for the capture of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz pioneer resigned Captain Mohammad Safdar, who showed up before a NAB group here on Thursday regarding a progressing request against him for supposedly holding resources past methods.

A NAB official affirmed the issuance of capture warrants and said Mr Safdar, who was a child in-law of previous leader Nawaz Sharif, would be arrested following 10 days.

Mr Safdar told correspondents outside the NAB provincial base camp in Peshawar that the applicable authorities had educated him about the issuance regarding warrants for his capture by the agency’s director.

The request against him has been in progress for around two years over the ownership of advantages supposedly unbalanced to known wellsprings of his salary, which is a wrongdoing under the National Accountability Ordinance, 1999.

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