The Special Anti-Corruption Court in Karachi has rejected the bail applications of two individuals, Manzoor Qadir Kaka and Khair Muhammad Dahiri, in the Nasla Tower case. The court had previously revoked their interim pre-arrest bail and sent them to prison on judicial remand. The suspects had filed fresh applications seeking post-arrest bail, but the judge ruled that they did not provide sufficient evidence to support their request at this stage of the trial. In their bail plea, the defense argued that Manzoor Kaka, the former director general of the Sindh Building Control Authority, was not aware of the case against him and was not involved in the land allotment for Nasla Tower. The defense also pointed out that 17 other co-accused in the case had already been granted bail. However, the judge did not find these arguments convincing and dismissed the bail pleas. The case involves charges of encroachment and the illegal construction of Nasla Tower, which was demolished in 2013 for violating building laws.
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