HYDERABAD (Online) Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) Tuesday presented DCO Tando Allahyar Farooq Leghari, brother of Chairman HEC Javaid Leghari, in the court and obtained a four-day judicial remand on the charges of corruption and embezzlement. ACE Chairman Mushtaq Shah said Farooq Leghari was accused of corruption involving Rs 300 million during his tenure as DCO Tando Allahyar. Earlier, electronic media obtained a clarification from the ACE that Leghari had not been arrested, but interestingly, the ACE presented him before the court over the corruption charges. The corruption charges against Farooq Leghari are levelled at a time, when his elder brother, HEC chairman, is going to announce the names of fake degree holders sitting in the assemblies while HEC is under severe pressure from the federal and provincial govts and several sitting MPs to stop the ongoing exercise of degrees verification. According to a private TV channel, no permission has been sought from the chief secretary Sindh for Legharis arrest, which is mandatory for detaining a Grade-19 officer. However, an FIR against has been filed after his detention, as ACE disclosed his detention Monday. On the other hand, HEC Chairman Javaid Leghari said his brother was awaiting the posting orders these days.