KARACHI: An accountability courtroom on Wednesday granted bail to Nisar Morai, a former chairman of the Fishermen Cooperative Society (FCS) in belongings past revenue reference, ARY Information reported.
The courtroom ordered Nisar Morai to deposit surety bonds of 1 million rupees in courtroom.
Earlier, the Nationwide Accountability Bureau whereas opposing the bail petition instructed the courtroom that the courtroom has already convicted Morai in unlawful recruitment case.
It’s to be talked about right here that Nisar Morai was awarded 11-year jail time period in in unlawful recruitment reference.
Nisar Morai made 143 unlawful recruitment and regularized jobs of 20 individuals throughout his tenure within the FCS and the cost of unlawful recruitment towards him has been proved within the case, the courtroom noticed.
The NAB had filed a reference in January 2018, accusing then FCS chief Morai and others of misusing their authority, embezzling funds, making unlawful appointments and awarding faux contracts throughout 2014-15.
In accordance with the reference, the defendants brought on losses to the tune of Rs 343 million to the nationwide exchequer.
It’s to be famous that the courtroom had awarded 11-year jail time period to Nisar Morai in FCS reference. He was handed 4 years jail time period for unlawful recruitment and 7 years’ sentence for misuse of authority.