ISLAMABAD: An accountability court docket on Thursday prolonged bodily remand of former Pakistan Worldwide Airways managing director Ijaz Haroon for 4 days in faux checking account case, ARY Information reported.
In line with the main points, officers of Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) produced Ijaz Haroon earlier than the accountability court docket choose Azam Khan after the tip of his bodily remand.
In the course of the listening to, a NAB prosecutor apprised the court docket concerning the progress in investigations and pleaded the court docket to grant additional 15 day bodily remand of the suspect.
He stated that the anti-graft watchdog needed to examine the suspect about matter associated to a number of banks accounts and international foreign money accounts.
The prosecutor maintained that Ijaz Haroon had offered information of 11 plots to Omni Group and added that the suspect was additionally concerned in getting ready faux paperwork.
The choose prolonged ex-PIA MD’s bodily demand for 4 extra days and adjourned the listening to of the case.
Learn Extra: Accountability court docket approves 10 days bodily remand of Ijaz Haroon
Earlier on November 25, an accountability court docket had accepted 10 days bodily remand of Ijaz Haroon, former managing director of Pakistan Worldwide Airways, in a case associated to faux financial institution accounts.
Ijaz Haroon had been produced earlier than the court docket Choose Muhammad Bashir below strict safety measures. In line with the NAB, the previous PIA MD was accused of fraud prices, faux accounts and corruption.
Ijaz Haroon had been arrested for his alleged function in corruption with the Omni group, the NAB sources had stated.