Interpol Rejects Pakistan’s Request For Red Notice Against Ishaq Dar


The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) has rejected a petition by the Pakistan authorities to issue a reddish arrest warrant note from Ishaq Dar, the former finance minister of Pakistan. This correspondent has observed newspapers that demonstrate that the Interpol General Secretariat has advised all Interpol’s National Central Bureaus (NCBs) to delete all data records within their own systems on Ishaq Dar, devoting him a fresh certification he is not subject to”an Interpol Red Notice or diffusion”.

Interpol sources supported to 9 News the Pakistan authorities during the interior ministry had asked the Interpol to issue a crimson arrest warrant for the former finance minister, who currently lives in London, but Interpol made a decision to reject the petition after assessing the evidence filed by Mr Dar. At a letter referenced LA/72615-260, the Interpol has issued a certification to Ishaq Dar regarding its conclusion confirming that he is not subject to some note that was reddish.

Official sources state the Office of Legal Affairs of General Secretariat of Interpol in Lyon, France, has issued the certification. The decision to delete documents on Ishaq Dar was obtained during the session of the Commission for the Control of Interpol’s files. The Interpol’s General Secretariat has advised all Interpol NCBs that, after the conclusion made by the Commission for the Control of Interpol documents, the General Secretariat has deleted the information pertaining to Ishaq Dar.

The Interpol has verified that in the instance of Ishaq Dar” all international police cooperation via Interpol’s channels, in this case, would not be in conformity with Interpol’s Constitution and Rules”.Based on official newspapers, the Interpol General Secretariat has advocated all NCBs to upgrade their federal databases so by deleting any information pertaining to Ishaq Dar within their own system” as well as to verify that the same is done by all national entities that have access to Interpol information”.

Reputable sources, that shared information about the condition of anonymity, say Ishaq Dar supplied evidence to Interpol and British government that his title was in Panama Leaks nor in Supreme Court (SC) conclusion of 20th April 2017. He shared with the government the Panama Joint Investigation Team (JIT) transgressed the mandate of SC and registered an undercover, mala fide and fictitious report on the SC saying that Ishaq Dar hadn’t filed tax returns in Pakistan for 20 years (1981-2001) with consequential ambitious of the validity of his big charitable contributions and six years taxation non-resident span in Pakistan. He told the police he never overlooked out of any tax return in 34 years ended on 30th June 2017.

Additionally, JIT also has hidden the fact that NAB had 22 years (to 30th June 2007) tax listing of Ishaq Dar, and following due process, NAB shut the investigation in September 2016, also had murdered a clearance letter. He advised the Interpol police that JIT tricked the SC and obtained an order for satisfying a mention against him to get”assets beyond known sources”, that was relegated to deceiving the SC and contributed to the subversion and prevention of justice in his own case. Ishaq Dar has informed the police, according to the origin, the incumbent PTI government is devoting him to victimisation and persecution.


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