Court Issues Arrest Warrants Against Ex-Sindh IG in Corruption Charges


KARACHI: Accountability court issued warrants against ex-Sindh IG Ghulam Haider Jamali today in corruption charges. The accused is responsible for illegal hiring of 881 people in Sindh Reserve Police in Hyderabad in 2013-14.

Ghulam Haider Jamali and others accused of corruption were rejected pre-arrest bail by Sindh High Court on Tuesday. After which ex-Sindh IG Ghulam Haider Jamali had disappeared.

The trial that begun today in the Accountability Court issued the arrest warrants of the ex-Sindh IG. The accused officers Tanveer Ahmed and Fida Hussain and others were present today in the hearing.

NAB claims that the recruitment was done for the posts of constables and computer operators, among others. This had caused a loss of over Rs500 million to the national treasury.

The court was adjourned after ordering the defense to prepare for the case. The defense counsel was instructed to conduct cross examination of the witnesses in the next hearing. The next hearing has been set to be on 25th of May.


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