Pakistan

Court to indict PM Shehbaz, CM-elect Hamza on May 14

LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) special court Wednesday issued an order that it will indict Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister-elect Hamza Shahbaz in a money laundering case.

The special court had to indict the father-son duo and others allegedly involved in the case earlier this month, but due to the absence of PM Shehbaz, the process was delayed till April 27 (today).

But even today, the prime minister did not appear before the court and, as a result, in its written order, the special court summoned him, Hamza, and all the other suspects on May 14.

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Mohammad Siddique April 28, 2022 at 4:40 pm

Court should indict both and if needed pass judgement even in their absence.

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