SUNDAY TIMES ISLAMABAD:A team of the bureau will likely question the PPP leaders who are expected to reach the old NAB headquarters in Islamabad at around 11:00am.

Following a call by the PPP leadership, a large number of party workers have turned up outside the NAB office to express solidarity with their leaders. Stringent security arrangements have been made in and around the old NAB headquarters to avoid any untoward incident.

Earlier, on March 19, the Sindh High Court (SHC) had granted protective bail for ten days to the former president in the fake bank accounts and Park Lane cases against a surety of Rs1 million each. It also accepted the bail plea from Faryal Talpur in the money laundering case for Rs1 million.

The PPP co-chairman and his sister Faryal Talpur along with their lawyer Farooq H Naek appeared in the court.