FIA lets PM's son Suleman 'off the hook'.

LAHORE -- The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Saturday told a special court that it found no evidence to establish the money laundering chaArge against Suleman ShehAbaz, younger son of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.

FIA Special Prosecutor Farooq Bajwa and the investigating officer submitted a supplementary challan for Suleman, as other suspects, including the prime minister and his elder son Hamza Shehbaz, have already been acquitted in the case.

Suleman appeared before the court (central-I) on the expiry of his interim pre-arrest bail.

The prosecutor told the court that Suleman joined the investigation, but the investigating officer found no evidence of money laundering or receiving kickbacks against him.

In a prompt reaction to the move, the PTI posted a video clip of slain journalist Arshad Sharif's report about the money laundering evidence against the premier's son. 'Today SulAeAman was acquitted...

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