Islamabad: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) summoned Bushra Bibi—wife of former Prime Minister Imran Khan— on June 7 in 190 million pound transfer case related to Al-Qadir Trust, GNN reported.
According to the NAB notice issued, Bushra Bibi has been directed by NAB to bring along all the answers of the questionnaire given to her.
Earlier on May 23, the accountability court had approved the bail petition of Bushra Bibi in 190 million pounds case.
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