LAHORE Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has started chasing Mohsin Warraich and Qasim Amin Dada, the two missing links of the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) scam, after making hundred percent recoveries in the scam from the arrested accused. Mohsin Waracih has flown to the UK last month and Interior Ministry for his arrest had issued red warrants, while Qasim Amin Dada is still in Karachi, said Director FIA on Sunday. "I have written five to six times to Director FIA Karahci for the arrest of Qasim Dada but in vain but I am sure that accused is in Karachi", he added. Now FIA Lahore Punjab would contact Secretary Home Sindh via Secretary Home Punjab for his arrest. Sources in FIA claimed that Sindh government was patronising all the accused of NIC scam. It is worth mentioning here that Pakistan government had approached the diplomats of the UK High Commission in Islamabad seeking the extradition of Mohsin Warraich. Sources claimed that wife of Mohsin Waraich had filed a petition in the UK court that case was filed on political grounds and her family was being victimised. She also took plea that after extradition of Mohsin Warraich to Pakistan he would be tortured and treated inhumanly. Director FIA Zafar Qureshi recovered Rs 1.66 billion from the Warraich family since being appointed investigation officer in the case. A sum of Rs 1.4 billion had been repaid out of a total of Rs 1.68 billion by the family, while bank cheques worth Rs 280 million were with the FIA and those had been cashed. Zafar Qureshi while talking to TheNation said 1.66 billions had been recovered while Rs 20 millions would be recovered today (Monday) for which the family members of Mohsin Waraich had assured him about payment. "We have also recovered Rs 100 millions from the accused against the loss caused to national exchequer due to difference of evaluation in the 20 kanals and two marlas land near Lahore Airport", he added. The Director FIA will submit his report to the Supreme Court on January 11, next year.