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Former SECP chairman gets bail in record tampering case

ISLAMABAD: Former SECP chairman Zafar Hijazi was granted bail on Tuesday in a case pertaining to altering the record of the Sharif family’s companies, ARY News reported. The court granted bail to the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan’s (SECP) former chief Hijazi against two surety bonds of Rs500,000 each. Hijazi was arrested on July 21 after Special Judge Central Tahir Mehmood declined his plea for bail extension. Hijazi has been booked in a case following the Supreme Court’s order in the Panama Papers…

Court extends physical remand of Zafar Hijazi in record tempering case

ISLAMABAD: The Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan’s (SECP) former chairman Zafar Hijazi was handed over to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for three more days for questioning with regard to his suspected involvement in altering the record of the Sharif family’s companies, ARY News reported. FIA officials produced Hijazi before the court after expiry of his four-day physical remand and requested the judge to extend his remand as his custody was required for further investigation into the matter.…

SECP chairman remanded in FIA custody in record tampering case

ISLAMABAD: Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) chairman Zafar Hijazi was remanded on Saturday in the custody of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for fours days for interrogation with regard to his suspected involvement in altering financial record of the Sharif family's companies, ARY News reported. Judicial Magistrate Muhammad Shabbir granted physical remand of the SECP chairman for four days, turning down the request of FIA officials for keeping him in their custody for ten days to question him with…

SECP chairman gets interim bail in record tampering case

ISLAMABAD: A special judge of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) granted on Monday interim bail to Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) chairman Zafar Hijazi for four days in a case pertaining to tampering with the financial record of the Sharif family’s companies, ARY News reported. Special judge Central Tariq Mahmood approved bail for Hijazi till July 21 and directed him to furnish two surety bonds of Rs250,000. The SECP chairman approached the court to seek bail as transitory bail granted to…