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ATC sends Vice Chairman FCS on 90 days remand

Latest Update: June 18, 2015 | 96 Views

KARACHI: Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) on Thursday sent Sultan Qamar Siddiqui, Vice Chairman Fishermen’s Cooperative Society on 90 days remand, NewsONE reported.

Earlier, Rangers personnel raided the residence of Sultan Siddiqui, in Thursday’s wee hours.

Meantime, paratroopers confiscated important documents of Fishermen Cooperative Society from his residence.

The sources said the FCS Chairman Nisar Murai has moved abroad.

It should be mentioned here that there are multiple corruption cases against him.

Meantime, Siddiqui is also accused of abetting Lyari’s gang-war with millions of rupees from Fish Harbor.


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