Shehbaz Sharif was later exempted from personal appearance in the money laundering case, and the hearing was postponed until May 21.
According to the FIA, Shehbaz and his family are accused of laundering billions of rupees through the accounts of their sugar mills and employees.
Earlier this week, Muhammad Rizwan, the former head of the Federal Investigating Agency (FIA) in Lahore, who was leading the investigation into Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his son Hamza Sharif’s money laundering case, died of a heart attack.
After suffering a major heart attack, the former FIA Director was transported to the Services Hospital in Lahore, where he died during his treatment.
He was the Director of FIA Punjab Zone I, and he was leading a team investigating graft allegations against Shehbaz Sharif.