Court adjourns corruption case hearing

Tribune

KARACHI: An accountability court adjourned the hearing on Saturday of the Rs5.76 billion corruption reference in Sindh Information department. Jail authorities produced former minister Sharjeel Memon, Inam Akbar and other accused before the court. The hearing was adjourned till April 29 due to the absence of the judge. According to National Accountability Bureau, the accused committed billions of rupees worth corruption in the Sindh Information department.

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