Hamid Saeed Kazmi launched from Adiala Jail

KARACHI: Former Minister for Non secular Affairs Hamid Saeed Kazmi on Wednesday was launched from the Adiala jail, two days after the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom acquitted him and others within the Hajj corruption instances.

The previous minister spoke to media, he stated that he’s grateful to Allah upon his launch.

“The present verdict reinstated my belief,” he stated, including that he’ll go to Multan tomorrow for his brother’s loss of life anniversary.

He stated that his trial continued for six years, though nobody accused me earlier than a courtroom.

When requested by a journalist, if he would contemplate re-joining politics, the previous minister stated that the query was too ‘tough to reply’.

Saeed Kazmi was acquitted by the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) on Monday.

The case was heard by Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani who additionally issued acquittal orders for former Director Basic (DG) Hajj Rao Shakeel and former Joint Secretary Non secular Affairs Aftabul Islam. The IHC additionally declared the order of the trial courtroom within the instances null and void.

Kazmi and others had been accused of hiring a substandard constructing on exorbitant hire to housing Pakistani pilgrims throughout Hajj and receiving kickbacks.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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