Nisar Morai, Eight Others Sent Jail on Judicial Remand

The former Chairman Fisherman Cooperative Society Nisar Morai, who was arrested a day earlier, and eight other accused have been sent jail on judicial remand on Wednesday in mega corruption and illegal appointment case.
Accountability court hearing the case has sent the former Chairman Fisherman Cooperative Society Nisar Morai, Vice chairman Sultan Qamar Siddiqui, Abdul Saeed, Haji Wali and Shahid Hussain and others to jail on judicial remand.
It is likely the accused to be indicted on April 23 in mega corruption.
On April 10, National Accountability Bureau(NAB) Karachi arrested former Chairman Fisherman Cooperative Society, Nisar Morai and Sultan Siddiqui after their bails were rejected by the Sindh High Court.NAB Arrests Nisar Morai and Sultan SiddiquiNisar Morai is named as one of the absconders in the murder case of former PSM chairman Sajjad Hussain, who was gunned down in the Defence Housing Authority in 1998.
He is also accused of misusing his authority, embezzlement of funds, illegal appointments and awarding fake contracts during 2014-15, causing a loss of over Rs. 343 million to the national exchequer.