Former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur’s remands were extended till December 17 in their money laundering and Park Lane cases by an accountability court on Monday.
The hearing of the case was headed by AC Judge Azam Khan. PPP leader was presented before the court, while Zardari was not present in the accountability court because of his poor health conditions.
Zardari was arrested by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on June 10 and is currently going through medical treatment at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), of Islamabad that has said to be a sub-jail.
The NAB filed a supplementary reference against the accused before appraisal of court and said the reference was going through scrutiny.
However, the number of accused is the same in the reference. The NAB prosector has said that more evidence is still being collected.
On Monday, NAB filed a supplementary reference in the fake accounts case against 14 accused, including former president Zardari and his sister Talpur.
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Zardari and his sister Talpur are accused of misappropriating the funds of Summit Bank by releasing unauthorised payments to M/s Regent Services and various fake vendors including A-One International for purchase of G-2 and its construction.