ISLAMABAD – The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday expressed its displeasure with officials of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for not submitting medical reports to the Omni Group chairman, Anwar Majeed, in his defense in the case of bail in the case of a fake bank account.
The bench consisted of two people from the IHC consisting of Judge Aamer Farooq and Judge Mohsin Akhtar Kayani conducted a hearing on the bail application filed by Anwar Majeed, a main defendant in a fake account case.
During the trial, NAB officials failed to produce a medical report from Majeed, which resulted in court displeasure in this matter.
When Judge Farooq asked about Majeed’s medical report, the NAB investigative officer (IO) said that he could not make the report because the flight had been delayed during locking.
Expressing its frustration, the IHC bench said that only medical reports that had been sought from the NAV and NAB had not been asked to examine the report. He added that it only had to get it from the doctor.
The IHC bench observed that reports had to be brought from Karachi and that no one from Islamabad was required to go anywhere.
The court asks what’s the problem? Is the IO required to send questionnaires? Bangku said that whether defamation of court notification must be served to IO because it did not carry out court orders issued on 31 March. Bench attacked at OI and said that he would be sent to Adaila Prison if he failed to produce medical. report the next trial. Then, the court gave OI a week to produce a report in court and adjourned the trial until May 4 for further proceedings in this matter.
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