A Combined Investigation Team (CIT) of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has summoned the senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf, Jahangir Tareen for his alleged involvement in a money laundering and corporate case on Saturday.
However, the senior leader of the ruling party, Jahangir Khan Tareen has said that the allegations levelled against him are baseless.
In a statement issued by him, he stated that a concocted case has been registered against him. He pointed out that how a recent uprising in the sugar prices is related to the transactions made several years back.
He further stated that the FIA has summoned him after registering unsubstantiated allegations against him. “My son Ali Khan Tareen had also been dragged into the case without any proof,” he said according to the statement issued.
The CIT of FIA has summoned his son Ali Khan Tareen on Friday, and Jahangir Tareen on Saturday in a money laundering and sugar mills fraud case.
The senior leader of the PTI has categorically denied the allegations against him.