KARACHI The Anti Corruption Court on Friday adjourned hearing of a case pertaining to alleged corruption in Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM), till September 28. The accused sacked PSM chairman Aftab Moin appeared before ATC special judge Shaukat Memon on Friday, but during the proceedings, he suffered a cardiac arrest. Sahaukat was rushed to a medical facility. The hearing was adjourned for next date. Moin along with former PSM officials including director, Brig (Retd) Abdul Qayyum, Deputy General Manager Atique Ahmed Khan, Geputy General Manager (industrial relations) Mohammad Farooq and Rasheed Abro had been booked for their alleged involvement in the corruption in the Pakistan Steel Mills. They are facing charges of misappropriation in canteen contracts, and other alleged wrongdoings. The former PSM chairman is facing a charge of causing a loss of Rs22 billion to the Mills. According to the prosecution, the FIA had registered the case No. 1/10 against Abdul Qayyum and Atique Khan and cases No. 36/10, 37/10, 38/10 and 39/10, against accused under corruption charges. The FIA officials had stated that the two accused Atique Khan and Qayyum were allegedly involved in corruption of over 100 millions in 19 canteens contracts of the PSM, though Abro, a representative in Pakistan of Singapores company named Global Services and Pacific Shipping was involved in corruption of billions of rupees in importing coal and other items. Both Brigadier Qayyum and Ateeq Khan were booked under FIR (1/2010). Rasheen Abro faces charges of misappropriation of funds in three FIRs (36/2010, 37/2010 and 38/2010). Moin Aftab Sheikh was appointed chairman of the Pakistan Steel Mill on a contract basis on April 26, 2008 and was dismissed on Aug 18, 2009. FIA alleged that during his incumbency, the PSM was incurred a loss of over Rs22 billion on account of a large number of acts of 'criminal omission and kick-backs allegedly made by him in collusion with the co-accused. The sacked PSM chairman along with others had been accused of abusing their official positions with 'common objective. A case (FIR 39/2009) was registered against the suspects under Sections 406, 409, 420, 468, 471, 109/34 the Pakistan Penal Code read with Section 5(5) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 at the FIAs Crime Circle police station Karachi.