MULTAN: The NAB Multan has forwarded a list of 39 proclaimed offenders to immigration officials at airports across the country, media reported on Saturday. It has been requested to the concerned authorities to immediately arrest the suspects upon their arrival or departure at any airport, however, no one has been detained as yet. The list includes names and Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) numbers of the offenders and their arrest warrants have also been issued. The airports which have been forwarded the data comprise Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport, Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport, Islamabad International Airport, Peshawar’s Bacha Khan International Airport, Faisalabad International Airport, Multan International Airport, Quetta International Airport and Sialkot International Airport. Leader of Opposition in National Assembly and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday filed a petition in the accountability court seeking exemption from the appearance in the court. The PML-N president stated in his plea that he was in London for the treatment of his elder brother and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. He stated that he was also undergoing medical checkup in London. The PML-N president prayed the court to grant him exemption from appearance in the court hearings. Shehbaz further said that his lawyer Muhammad Nawaz Chaudhry will appear in the court on his behalf and he has sent a power of attorney for his lawyer. NAB on Monday has filed a supplementary reference against former president and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur and 22 others in connection with money laundering case. According to details, the anti-corruption watchdog said that the accused had transferred money of Summit Bank to fake bank account, adding that Asif Ali Zardari and Faryal Talpur embezzled the amount (approx Rs215 billion) under the name of a benamidar (ostensible owner). NAB officials further said that Anwar Majeed, Abdul Ghani, Hussain Lawai and Mustafa Zulqarnain had illegally assisted the former president. On June 10, Zardari had surrendered himself to a team of the NAB after IHC rejected his and his sister Faryal pre-arrest bail plea in the money laundering case. Following the refusal of bail, a team of anti-corruption watchdog accompanied by police personnel had reached the residence of PPP co-chairman and arrested him. Asif Zardari was taken to NAB office in Rawalpindi where he was shifted to cell no 2. NAB is conducting investigations in pursuance of the Supreme Court’s verdict in the money laundering of billions through fake accounts case wherein it forwarded the JIT report with directions to investigate and file references. Zardari has repeatedly dismissed allegations he had a hand in the scheme.