Ishaq Dar gets clean chit from Interpol
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s request for the arrest of former finance minister Ishaq Dar on corruption charges has been rejected by the International Criminal Police Organisation, a media report said.
According to Geo News, the Interpol has issued a clean certificate to Ishaq Dar who was told that he was not subject to “an Interpol Red Notice or diffusion”.
Pakistan had formally asked the Interpol to issue a red arrest warrant for the former finance minister, who now lives in London. It, however, rejected the request after examining the evidence presented by Pakistan.
In a letter referenced LA/72615-260, the Interpol has issued a certificate to Ishaq Dar about its decision confirming that he’s not subject to any red notice.
“The General Secretariat of the International Criminal Police Organisation-Interpol hereby certifies that, as of today, Mr Mohammad Ishaq Dar born on 13 May 1950, is not subject to an Interpol Notice or diffusion.”