"Junaid Shah could exit the country after submitting surety bond," the accountability judge said in a hearing of the National Accountability Bureau reference today.
An official of the election commission and another from the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) appeared as prosecution witnesses in the case hearing.
The accountability court in a previous hearing on November 30, had indicted Agha Siraj Durrani and other accused in the assets case.
The accountability court adjourned the hearing till December 16 due to the absence of the defence counsel.
The court recorded statements of two witnesses in the case and adjourned further hearing into the reference till April 7.
The 18 co-accused in the reference, were also appear before the court in the case hearing, including provincial minister Awais Qadir Shah and Farrukh Shah MPA.
The anti-graft watchdog has named 18 people including Shah in the reference.
Morai, along with others accused of misusing authority, embezzlement of funds, illegal appointments and awarding fake contracts during 2014-15, causing a loss of over Rs 343 million to the national exchequer in the FCS corruption reference
Another reference against Memon is also under proceeding over his alleged involvement in corruption worth Rs5.75 billion.
Khursheed Shah recently underwent an angiography procedure at National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NICVD) in Sukkur due to cardiac problem.