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How many assets does Ishaq Dar really have?

It's a lot more than just one house

SAMAA | - Posted: Dec 3, 2020 | Last Updated: 3 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Dec 3, 2020 | Last Updated: 3 months ago

How many assets does former finance minister Ishaq Dar really have?

He may have tried to avoid Stephen Sackur’s questions on BBC’s Hardtalk and claimed he had just a single house, but court documents have revealed a wealth of properties owned by him.

According to these records, he has 13 assets in Pakistan and seven abroad. In Lahore’s Gulberg he owns a house and has seven plots. He is also the owner of six acres in Islamabad, three plots in AlFalah Society and two plots in Parliamentarian’s Enclave.

He also has a plot in the Senate Cooperative Society. He also has six bank accounts on his name.

Dar and his wife Tabassum Ishaq have three land cruisers, two Mercedes and one corolla on their names.

According to NAB records, Dar has two apartments in Dubai and Palm Jumaira, as well as two expensive cars. He also has investments in two companies in Pakistan and three abroad.
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  1. salman  December 8, 2020 6:21 pm/ Reply

    I implore the government to confiscate this disgusting traitor’s properties. He is the reason Pakistani currency devalued so rapidly at the end of Nawaz Shareef’s governance. He artificially controlled the inflation in Pakistan not because he cared for people but because someone in parliament insulted his competence. The rest was his arrogance at work. The outcome of Artificially controlling the inflation in Pakistan resulted in a rubber band effect on the exchange rate of Rupees blasting its value into outer space from an already grim 120 rupees to a mind-boggling 160 rupees. That is the largest recorded rupee devaluation event in the history of Pakistan. Comparing that to Pervaiz Musharraf’s era where the rupee was holding steady at 60 rupees, a dictatorship doesn’t sound as bad as the PPP and PML-N brand of democracy. Even that 60 rupees was a devaluation from a previous currency rate of 30 rupees which skyrocketed to 60 when Nawaz Shareef decided to freeze non-resident Pakistani dollar accounts (which contrary to local belief belonged to mostly middle-class families who were employed in the middle east). My family saw half our wealth vanish thanks to Nawaz Shareef(my father was a civil engineer in the middle east, he lost half the money he had sent to Pakistan as dollars). With such gross mishandling of the peoples’ rights and properties, I would rather not see another second of PPP or PML-N in power again. If they won the next election they might sell even more parts of Pakistan to China like Nawaz Shareef did to Gawadar. People need to understand this reality. Pakistan cannot be allowed to remain these two traitor families personal dynastic kingdom. It has to be made a true democracy free of these oligarchs and nawab-zade

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