ISLAMABAD - Former chief of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) was arrested Wednesday from Abu Dhabi by the Interpol, the mediareported.According to reports, Interpol arrested Sadiq in Abu Dhabi and handed him over to the Pakistani authorities in Dubai.He is expected to be bought back to Pakistan after the completion of legal formalities. However, the arrest of former Ogra boss could not be confirmed by any government authority. Sadiq was on the run from law enforcement agencies after being wanted in a scam of multi billion rupees.On December 19, the Supreme Court issued orders to detain him but he had already escaped the country. Following the orders, the SC was informed that Sadiq’s passports had been cancelled and instructions had been sent to the Interpol in relation with the arrest orders against him.Sadiq is accused of misusing authority, embezzling funds and causing Rs82 billion losses to the national exchequer by misusing authority. Earlier, a Punjab Police team went to Nepal to nab him but he had left Kathmandu a day earlier for Sharjah.The police reported that Sadiq had a diplomatic passport, making it possible for him to travel anywhere.Sadiq is also said to be a close relative of Pakistan People’s Party’s Secretary General Jehangir Badar.