The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has reopened the assets beyond means reference against former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
An accountability court of Islamabad has summoned the PML-N leader on October 10.
Accountability court judge Muhammad Bashir has issued a summons notice to Senator Ishaq Dar.
The court had previously returned the reference to the NAB under the amendments to the NAB law.
After the Supreme Court declared the amendments null and void, the NAB has sent the case back to the accountability court and proceedings on it have been initiated.
Meanwhile on Monday, the former finance minister underscored the clarity of the PML-N's mission to elevate Pakistan's ranking to the 24th largest economy globally.
During a media interaction in London following a party meeting, Dar confirmed the completion of consultations regarding PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif's return to Pakistan.
Mr Dar asserted: "Nawaz Sharif's leadership, aligned with the party's transparent manifesto, will steer the country towards progress".
Taking a jibe at the opponents, Mr Dar said, "The international and certain internal entities sought to replicate country's economic trajectory with that of Sri Lanka, but their concerted efforts were thwarted".