ISLAMABAD - Former finance minister Ishaq Dar properties are likely to be auctioned over court orders.
An accountability court reserved its verdict on the National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) plea to auction absconding suspect Ishaq Dar's assets in Pakistan.
After hearing the anti-graft body's arguments today, the court reserved its verdict on the plea.
The petition was filed by the NAB after the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader went to London for medical treatment and continues to abscond in corruption cases against him in the accountability court.
The court will announce its verdict at 9am tomorrow (October 2).