The National Accountability (NAB) Rawalpindi has reportedly recovered Rs 2.12 billion in the fake accounts case against former president Asif Ali Zardari. According to sources, NAB Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal accepted the plea bargain request of Asif Mehmood and Arif in Nooriabad Power Company and Sindh transmission funds corruption cases. The anti-graft agency has maintained that the final petition for plea bargain will be submitted in the accountability court. The suspects – along with the Sindh officials – were involved in corruption through fake auctions, the NAB said. The sources stated that the anti-graft watchdog body had already arrested 25 suspects in fake bank accounts case. In the last hearing of the case in an accountability court, the physical remand of three accused, who had applied for plea bargain in fake bank accounts case, was extended till July 31.During the hearing, the judge had directed to wind up case against them as soon as possible. The NAB investigation officer stated that the requests of the accused were under process with the department.