Ishaq Dar says plans concerning return to Pakistan ‘virtually confirmed’

Former finance minister Ishaq Dar. — Twitter/@enterprise

Former finance minister and senior PML-N chief Ishaq Dar Tuesday stated that his plans to return to Pakistan had been “virtually confirmed.”

Talking to a British broadcaster, the previous finance minister stated that he’ll take oath as a Senator upon his arrival within the nation.

Dar stated that his therapy is anticipated to be accomplished throughout the subsequent 10-12 days. “The British docs are hopeful that the therapy will likely be accomplished quickly,” he added. 

Addressing rumours concerning him changing Finance Minister Miftah Ismail, Dar stated that the choice will likely be made by the occasion management.

Dar additional informed the broadcaster that the tax-return case registered in opposition to him was “false and was fabricated”. He added that there since was “no reality to the case,” Interpool — Worldwide Felony Police Organisation — issued him a clear chit.

Effectively-informed sources informed Geo Information that Dar is anticipated to reach in Pakistan within the third week of July as all preparations have been accomplished.

Sources revealed that PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif allowed Dar to go to Pakistan as Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has requested him to return and head the financial crew.

They additional added that Dar will face all instances registered in opposition to him and a authorized crew has additionally been fashioned which might combat all authorized battles.

The previous finance minister has been overseas since October 2017 on account of his medical therapy.

He has since been declared a “proclaimed offender” in a corruption case filed in opposition to him by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB).

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