The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) called the former minister and Son of Ex-Army Chief Zai ul Haq, Muhammad Ijaz ul Haq in a money laundering case.
Ijaz ul Haq, who is the son of former president and military ruler General Muhammad Ziaul Haq, has been asked to appear on 21st February 21 at the investigation agency’s office in Faisalabad.
Ijaz ul Haq has a case having more assets than income.
The case of Ijaz ul Haq was handed over to the FIA by NAB. He will be investigated by a joint investigation team (JIT).
About Ijaz ul Haq
Ijaz ul Haq is a Pakistani politician and the son of former military ruler General Zia ul Haq. He was born on 12th August 1960, in Lahore, Pakistan.
Ijaz ul Haq served as a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan for several terms, representing the political party he founded, the Pakistan Muslim League (Z). He also served as a federal minister in various capacities, including as the Minister for Religious Affairs and Minorities, and as the Minister for Industries and Production.
In addition to his political career, Ijaz ul Haq is also known for his work as a businessman and philanthropist. He has been involved in several charitable organizations, including the Ijaz Foundation, which aims to provide education, healthcare, and other social services to underprivileged communities in Pakistan.
Ijaz ul Haq is also known as a prominent figure in Pakistani politics and society.