FIA closes case against Jahangir, Ali Tareen

Money laundering of Rs 7b 'could not be proved' against father-son duo

Our Correspondent January 05, 2023
Jahangir Tareen talking to media persons in Lahore on May 19, 2021. SCREENGRAB


The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has decided to close the money laundering case against former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Khan Tareen and his son Ali Tareen.

According to Express News, FIA has sought a response from the Ministry of Interior in this regard, and an action plan has been prepared by its officials.

According to FIA, money laundering could not be proved against the father-son duo.

It should be noted here that a case of money laundering of Rs7 billion was registered against Jahangir and Ali by the FIA.

Now, as soon as orders are received from the FIA and Ministry of Interior, the concerned magistrate will be approached for the expulsion of the case very soon.


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