LAHORE - As the Director FIA, Zafar Ahmad Qureshi, will be submitting his report on the National Insurance Corpora-tion (NIC) scam to the Supreme Court on Tuesday (tomorrow), the FIA offices remained open in the City on Sunday with Qureshi and his staff burning midnight oil for the finalisation of the report, an FIA investigator said. It bears mentioning here that the FIA has also started inquiry into the alleged involvement of the female family members of former federal minister Habibullah Warraich. Zafar Qureshi was transferred all of a sudden from his office when he had arrested Warraich and his accomplices in a Rs 1.68 billion corruption case a couple of weeks back but was restored to his previous position within a week. He has started work on the NIC scam aggressively to save the national exchequer and recover the looted money from the accused. Sources in FIA disclosed that preliminary inquiry against female family members of Warraich was underway and after solid evidence an FIR would be registered against them and then they would be summoned. Sources further informed that the main female accused of the scam in whose bank account the extraordinary amount of money was transferred was Mehwish Warraich, daughter of a former federal health minister and daughter-in-law of Habibullah Warraich. The sources divulged that though the FIA had come to know about the transactions of Rs 1.6 billion via accounts of Habibullah Warraichs daughters, it did not take any action, keeping in view the social norms of the eastern society. However, sources said, FIA officials decided to book Mehwish Warraich after cash was deposited in her accounts on the conclusion of the second land deal. National Accountability Bureau has already frozen the bank account of Maj (r) Habibullah Warraich.