Bushra Bibi may face arrest in Al-Qadir Trust case


Bushra Bibi – the wife of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan – has been summoned by the National Accountability Bureau in a £190 million case on Monday and as per media reports her arrest could be on the cards.

According to the media reports, the former First Lady Bushra Begum has been summoned at 2 pm to the NAB office in G-6 in Islamabad. Farhat Shahzadi, a former close aide of Bushra, has also been summoned in the same case today.

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Some reports have indicated a chance that the NAB may arrest Bushra Bibi today (Monday, November 13). An accountability court had extended Bushra’s bail till November 15 in the £190 million case and the Toshakhana case on October 31.

During the most recent hearing in the accountability, Bushra’s lawyer, Naeem Haider Panjutha, informed the court that bail was being sought for the third time in the same case. The NAB’s investigating officer had told the court that Bushra’s detention was not necessary at the time.