Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani told his son Ali Musa Gilani on Wednesday to return home "immediately" and take part in the ephedrine case investigation, Express News reported.
The premier’s son received his first clean chit from a parliamentary committee in the drug quota scandal earlier on Wednesday.
Chairman National Assembly Standing Committee on Narcotics Control Murtaza Javed Abbasi said there is some evidence available against the principal secretary to the prime minister and former health secretary in the ephedrine quota issue, but no concrete evidence has come on record against the premier’s son, Ali Musa Gilani.
Abbasi also said that the narcotics secretary has categorically refused to appear before the standing committee probing the scandal.
Before his name could be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) for his alleged role in a Rs7 billion drug quota scandal, the recently elected MNA had left for South Africa on April 10.
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