By Anahita Zurvan
Dar, former finance minister and being a close aide of Pakistan Muslim League-N chief, Nawaz Sharif, is accused of possessing assets disproportionate to his declared income source. Like most corrupt leaders, he suffers from severe medical problems when caught and tried.
In September last year, NAB filed an interim reference against Dar in light of the Supreme Court’s July 28, 2017, verdict in the Panama Papers case.
The recently-filed supplementary reference is based on seven volumes and includes the account details of the accused Dar, with transactions amounting to $4.06 million, according to NAB’s Special Prosecutor, Imran Shafiq.
Dar who was lately re-elected to the Senate of Pakistan has been in London on medical grounds since October last year. He missed many of his court hearings owning to his sham sickness.
But in the following footage you can find the hale and hearty Dar spotted by Baaghi.tv taking strolls on the streets of London. It is of utmost importance that the apex court discourage this culture of fake ailments to avoid trials.