Nadi man appears for forgery of vegetable export
October 22, 2015 5:09 am
A man appeared in the Nadi Magistrates Court this afternoon charged for forging signatures on documents to export vegetables to New Zealand.
Salesh Shalendra Naidu of Lomolomo, Nadi, appeared before Magistrate Siromi Turaga.
Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) lawyer, Laite Bokini, said the accused is alleged to have forged signatures pretending to be one Umesh Narayan in a document to export vegetables to New Zealand between June 10 and August 29th this year.
FICAC also served the court and the accused full disclosures but did not object to bail and Naidu was allowed bail for a sum of $800 and a surety along.
Magistrate Turaga issued strict bail conditions.
Naidu is to appear to court at all times, must not re-offend, must not interfere with prosecution witnesses, surrender all travel documents, must not change his address without informing Police and FICAC and report to the Lomolomo Police Post every Saturday.
The case has been adjourned to December 4th for mention.