Ephedrine scandal: ‘Being targeted because I’m the PM’s son’

Ali Musa Gilani's statements submitted in Supreme Court.

Web Desk May 14, 2012

Ali Musa Gilani, son of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, said that he was being targeted in the ephedrine case because he is the premier’s son, Express News reported on Monday. Ali Gilani said this  in a statement submitted to the Supreme Court.

Recording his statements at the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) office, Gilani said that at the time when the ephedrine quota was allegedly allotted, he was studying abroad and he had not called former director general health Dr Rasheed Jumma regarding the quota.

He further accused ANF Regional Director Brigadier Fahim Ahmed Khan of initiating a fake investigation against him.

Ali Gilani’s lawyer Fawad Chaudhry told the media that no evidence has emerged against his client in the case.

He has been named in the Supreme Court as the main accused in the multi-million-rupee ephedrine scandal.


ijazmir | 9 years ago | Reply

Musa please groom your self you are son of a Prime Minister. to look at your picture you look like a hard core druggie. Image is important. Do not worry you will not go to Jail, your father is a PM of Pakistan. All evidence will be removed with the officials who reported your involvement. Celebrate in advance.

Tariq Ahmad | 9 years ago | Reply

You are being targeted because you are a thief and a drug dealer

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