KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Court (SHC) on Tuesday granted bail to former provincial info minister Sharjeel Memon towards a surety bond of Rs5 million, The News Observers reported.
The accountability courtroom within the earlier week rejected the plea by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) requesting custody and permission to interrogate Memon, who’s at the moment in jail. The court, nevertheless, gave permission to execute the warrant for his arrest contained in the jail.
On June 20, the SHC reserved its verdict on the bail plea of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chief accused within the Rs5.76 billion corruption reference in Sindh info and archives division.
In September, the PPP chief Sharjeel Memon was named as a co-accused within the alleged liquor bottles present in his hospital room in Karachi.
The small print of the doc reveal that the three bottles had been discovered from the personal hospital’s room, which had been declared a sub-jail for the PPP chief by authorities. One of many bottles had two inches of alcohol current on the time.