ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) on Tuesday disposed of a bail petition filed by former Sindh chief minister Qaim Ali Shah after the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) assured the courtroom that it might not arrest him at current in reference to an inquiry associated to Thatha Sugar Mills and Dadu Sugar Mills.
A divisional bench, comprising Justice Aamer Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akhter Kiyani, heard the interim bail plea of the previous chief minister. Earlier, NAB officers knowledgeable the bench that an inquiry associated to the problem, was underway towards the petitioner.
Nevertheless, there is no such thing as a probability of Shah’s arrest at this stage. The petitioner’s counsel Farooq H. Naik mentioned NAB might arrest his consumer at any stage in future. “If in future, NAB feels that the previous chief minister have to be held, then arrest warrants could possibly be issued,” he mentioned.
Justice Kiyani in his remarks mentioned it’s NAB’s job to inform the courtroom about progress in its inquiry and kind of allegations. “We will ask the investigation officer to intimate us in regards to the stage the inquiry has reached,” he famous.