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Customs Court approves post arrest bail of suspects in getting delivery of auction goods case

Customs Court approves post arrest bail of suspects in getting delivery of auction goods case

KARACHI: The Customs Court granted post arrest bail to suspects namely Muhammad Zaki son of Islamuddin, Adeel Ahmed son of Rasheed Ahmed and Meer Rizwan Ali, who were nominated in a case of getting delivery of auction goods by presenting submitting fake, forged and fabricated documents prepared through forgery of signature.
On 14 December 2019, above mentioned suspects appeared before the court along with their counsel and moved petitions for post arrest bail and argued that they have been falsely implicated in this case and ready to face trail, therefore, court may grant their bail till final judgment in this case.
After the hearing, court granted their post arrest bail against the surety of Rs200,000 an directed them to appear before the court on next date of hearing.
According to the prosecution, during the investigation it was revealed that the above mentioned suspects with the active connivance of each other took delivery of three auctions lots/ goods by presenting fake, forged and fabricated document prepared through forgery of signatures.
Investigation officer submitted that the teams made intelligence based raid for recovery of the removal goods, these teams with a lot of dedicating and sleepless work during weekend recovered illegally removed lots of auto parts and S.S Valve from Gul Bai and Motindas Market respectively, another team raided another location near Motindas Market and recovered S.S Valve.
He stated that accused Adeel is working as a clearing agent for auto parts, he was in collusion and is connivance of accused Zaki and got illegal delivery of these customs auction lots and sold one lot of copper foil/ strips to a business namely Tahir in Korangi and shifted other two lots in a depository near Gul Bai, Maripur.
He said that they made a deal of another illegally taken auction lot of stainless steel valves with Hanif in connivance with accused Muhammad Zaki both the accused were made face to face, and in the presence of accused Adeel.
He further argued that during further investigation, it is established that customs auction lots had been removed illegally from Pak Shaheen Container Yard by the accused persons, therefore, case was registered against them and further investigation is underway.