Court issues order to unfreeze Ishaq Dar's assets.

ISLAMABAD -- An accountAAability court in Islamabad has issued an order to unfreeze movable and immovable properties of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar after a corruption reference against the PML-N leader was returned to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in light of recent amendments to the accountability law.

NAB Judge Mohammad Bashir issued the said order on the application of the finance minister, requesting the court to unfreeze his properties attached by the provincial government of Punjab after he was declared a proclaimed offender in the assets beyond means case.

On Dec 11, 2017, the accountability court declared Mr Dar a proclaimed offender. However, it recalled the said order on Sept 28 when he surrendered to the court.

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