In a statement issued on Wednesday, the anti-graft body however, said those named in the case including Asif Zardari, Murad Ali Shah and Faryal Talpur could not be arrested on the whims of others.
It said the bureau is carrying out investigation according to the constitution and law.
The accountability court further said that it did not receive the Supreme Court’s detailed verdict on fake accounts case yet. It also rejected the impression that the court is moving slowly in this regard.
NAB also took notice about the federal minister’s statement and asked PEMRA to provide the excerpt of the interview that was given to the media.
In the statement, the accountability court said that it has rejected all kind of pressure.