I AM a shareholder of the National Bank of Pakistan. The bank declared cash dividend some time in the end of March. Now May has ended, but I have not received the dividend.

The bank’s share registrar (Central Depository Company) does not answer telephone calls. So I hand-delivered a letter 10 days ago, requesting them for a duplicate dividend warrant. But there has been no response.

More than three weeks ago, I reported the matter to the company’s secretary through a registered letter. But even he has ignored my complaint.

So, where should I now go to seek redress?

S.G. JILANEE     Karachi

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A R Khan
June 5, 2013 8:59 am
Sit it out and seek inner happiness. This is Islamic Republic, you will get your reward for patience in the hereafter.
Md Imran
June 4, 2013 1:01 pm
you should have been smarter and invested your money in a shariah compliant bank. you wouldn't have had this problem.
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