Britain conditionally agreed to extradite Ishaq Dar: Sources

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Britain conditionally agreed to extradite Ishaq Dar: Sources

ISLAMABAD - British Interior Ministry has agreed, with conditions, to extradite former finance minister Ishaq Dar.

Additional attorney general informed the Supreme court that the UK Interior Ministry had sent a questionnaire comprising 27 questions regarding the case. “We have handed over the questionnaire to the National Accountability Bureau,” AAG said.

He said once we submit reply to the questions, the UK authorities would subsequently decide about extradition of Ishaq Dar.

In his remarks, Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar said Mr. Dar would return to Pakistan once he was assured that the justice would be meted out. Courts in Pakistan are delivering justice, but we are not sure about understanding of justice near to Mr. Dar, said the CJP.

The court then adjourned hearing of the case for a month.