Corruption watchdog National Accountability Bureau had issued arrest warrant on him on Sunday.
Zardari will be presented before the court on Tuesday, where NAB will pray for his remand. Talpur, however, can not be arrested as her warrants have not been issued as yet.
The former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari has been arrested after his bail application was rejected in connection with a high-profile money-laundering case in which millions were allegedly siphoned out of the country.
The two attended the court hearing but were not arrested at the scene.
Moreover, roads from NAB Rawalpindi bureau to the accountability court will be sealed as security measure and Rangers' personnel will patrol in the area.
Mr Zardari and his party, the Pakistan Peoples Party, have repeatedly dismissed allegations he had a hand in the scheme, saying the investigation is politically motivated.More news: Real Madrid announce Eden Hazard transfer
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Heavy contingent of police have been deployed near Zardari House to avoid any untoward incident.
On the other side, Asif Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari have started consultations with their legal team, sources said.
A Pakistani court has rejected a request by former President Asif Ali Zardari and his sister for an extension of their bail that would allow them to remain free despite facing a multimillion-dollar money laundering case.
Sources further said Pakistan People's Party has chose to file appeal against the judgement of IHC.
He said "We are waiting for detailed verdict of the Islamabad High Court, therefore, the Jiyalas must show restrain".
He also requested for a issuing production order for former railways minister Khawaja Saad Rafique.