Fake Accounts Reference: Murad Shah seeks permanent exemption from hearing

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Staff Reporter

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on the occasion of his appearance before the Accountability Court (AC) Islamabad on Monday filed permanent exemption plea from hearing in the fake accounts reference.

However, the court responding to exemption plea of Sindh chief minister sought stance of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the issue.

Syed Asghar Ali, Judge AC-III heard the graft case against Murad Ali Shah, Khursheed Anwar Jamali, Abdul Ghani Majeed and others.

NAB prosecutor requested the court to issue arrest warrants against the accused who were not appearing despite of the summon notices.

He also produced the copy of summon implementation to the judge.
The court issued non bailable arrest warrants against the co-accused Muhammad Ali Zafar. The court instructed the present accused to submit surety bonds worth Rs200,000 each to ensure their attendances.