Friends had a superb assembly with PM Imran Khan: Jahangir Tareen


LAHORE: PTI chief Jahangir Tareen says  the assembly of his “friends” with Prime Minister Imran Khan went nicely and the premier gave an assurance of trying  matter s himself  and stated justice shall be served.

Speaking to the media after his look at a banking court docket in Lahore on Saturday, Jahangir  stated his case is a enterprise concern and FIA has no function to play in it. There isn’t any use of public funds and no secret account, he stated.

Regarding a gathering of his colleagues with the Prime Minister, Jahangir stated his associates had a gathering with the premier, which went nicely. “Our people also spoke openly and shared their concerns. The Prime Minister assured that he will look into the matter himself and said there should be justice,” Jahangir stated.

He reiterated that he believes there isn’t any reality to his case and it’s clear to everybody that this case relies on one thing else.

Jahangir, Ali Tareen get bail extension from  Lahore court docket

The PTI chief and his son Ali Tareen have been granted an extension in bail from a Lahore banking court docket within the sugar scandal case.

The extension was granted until May 19.

Cases are registered towards the father-son duo as a part of the Federal Investigation Agency’s investigation into Pakistan’s sugar disaster.

Jahangir’s lawyer stated that Abu Bakar Khuda Bakhsh has been made part of the investigation staff. “We should be given a chance to be a part of the investigation,” he stated.

Last week, the federal government modified the top of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) led joint investigation staff (JIT) probing a sugar disaster within the nation.

The authorities changed FIA Lahore Director Dr Muhammad Rizwan with Additional Director Abu Bakar Khuda Baksh as an inquiry officer.

Speaking in regards to the FIRs registered towards his shoppers, the lawyer stated the FIRs are towards “the facts.” He stated there have been many errors associated to the financial figures on this case.