The National Accountability Bureau arrived at the Adiala jail for the second consecutive day to interrogate PTI Chief Imran Khan in the £190 million case on Saturday.
A team led by NAB Deputy Director Raheel Azam left the prison facility for Islamabad after grilling the former prime minister for around seven hours.
During the investigation, the anti-graft body team asked several questions regarding different documents and evidence related to the case.
A day earlier, Judge Muhammad Bashir presided over the hearing in the case in Adiala Jail, where the anti-graft body asked for a 10-day remand.
However, the judge only approved a four-day remand and adjourned the case till November 21. The court also extended Bushra Begum’s bail in the case till November 21.
Soon after the court’s verdict, a three-member team of the NAB arrived at the jail and interrogated the PTI chief for two and a half hours.
However, authorities recently obtained warrants for his arrest in the Toshakhana case and £190 million case. He was subsequently arrested from jail.
Although, the IHC restored his bail application in the Toshakhana case but he continues to be under arrest in the £190 million case.