Pakistan Peoples Party leader and former information ministerm Sharjeel Memon, along with 11 other suspects, has been sent to jail till November 4 in the Rs 5.76 billion mega corruption case.
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) produced the former Sindh information minister and 11 other suspects in an accountability court earlier today, from where they were sent to jail on judicial remand.
The next hearing of the case is on November 4.
Memon was escorted in an armoured vehicle from the NAB headquarters to the court.
Speaking to the media, Memon said, “If Capt (retd) Safdar can be given bail by a trial court then why can’t I [be given bail]”.
On Monday, after being holed up for hours in the Sindh High Court following his bail dismissal in a corruption case. Memon was taken into custody by the NAB along with the other suspects.