"Remember no one is above the law, if you are called somewhere you will have to give a reply," Akbar tells Bilawal.
PPP meets today to decide its response.
Accountability watchdog's Executive Board Meeting gives clean chit to SAPM Zulfi Bukhari.
Special Prosecutor Mudassir Naqvi was representing NAB in Park Lane and money laundering references.
According to NAB, Bilawal had 25 per cent shares in a private firm, Opal-225, a joint venture of the Zardari Group.
PPP leader flies to Karachi on special aircraft, received by party leaders and supporters.
PPP to decide whether the former president should be flown to Karachi today or tomorrow.
Seeks stay on trial in fake accounts case by the accountability court of Islamabad.
NAB opposes application; says Zardari should submit requests of this nature to the government.
Accountability court extends Zardari and Talpur's judicial remand until October 22.
Judge Bashir remarks that the law is not a decoration piece for display, AC should be allowed when the law permits it.
All seven individuals were facing NAB investigation into illegal allotment of land by public functionaries.
Zardari is in jail on judicial remand in the fake accounts case till September 5.
PPP chairperson claims jail authorities are not following doctors' advice to shift Zardari to hospital.
The court, however, granted approval for various amenities to be installed or brought for use at their own expense.
Qaim Ali Shah has been granted pre-arrest interim bail against Rs500,000 surety bonds till August 29.
The top businessman is one of the accused persons in the fake accounts case.
A two-member division bench of the IHC will hear the petition on Monday.
Former president says he was not allowed to offer prayers on Eidul Azha and his daughter wasn't allowed to meet him.
Opposition waiting for CM Shah’s arrest since they are promised that it would set PPP’s downfall in motion.
More such recoveries will follow, says Shahzad Akbar after anti-graft court approves suspect's plea bargain with NAB.
The court directs NAB to produce Zardari on July 29.
On Thursday, the detained bankers were produced before administrative judge Dr Sher Bano Karim.
The accused persons will be produced before the accountability court in Karachi for the grant of transit remand.
Meanwhile, NAB seeks further time to submit a reply to the acquittal plea filed by the Omni Group’s bosses.
NAB alleges that the national exchequer suffered a loss of Rs3.77 billion because of alleged misappropriation.
Judge observes fake accounts case suspects fall ill after arrest, Zardari says "we are not that weak."
NAB says Talpur admitted she transferred money to Owais Muzzafar but did not know accounts were fake.
Former president tells court a 90-day remand should be granted once instead of the repeated requests for 14-day remand.
Zia-ul-Rasheed Abbasi, deputy registrar SECP, was arrested in Karachi on Wednesday by a NAB team.