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Imran Khan Son liquor; Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's son, Muhammad Musa Maneka, has been implicated in the liquor

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Imran Khan Son liquor; Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's son, Muhammad Musa Maneka, has been implicated in the liquor case. Police in Pakistan has registered an FIR against Bushra Bibi's youngest son.

In addition to Bushra Bibi's son, the police have also registered an FIR against a relative and a friend of his. They are accused of keeping liquor inside the car. The FIR states that liquor was recovered on Monday from Mohammad Musa Maneka, a relative of Mohammad Ahmed Maneka (son of Nawaz Sharif's party MP) and a friend Ahmed Shahryar, Dawn reported.

According to the FIR, the Ghalib market police recovered liquor from his car early on Monday and registered a case against Muhammad Musa Maneka, cousin Mohammad Ahmad Maneka (son of PML-N MNA Ahmed Raza Maneka) and a friend Ahmad Shaharyar.

The FIR was brought under subsections 3, 4 and 11 of The Ban (Enforcement of the Hadd Order, 1979) against the three suspects who were arrested while crossing a police picket line on Zahoor Elahi Road.

Shaharyar was found drunk after examination of him at a hospital. Musa and Ahmed were later released on a personal guarantee from a member of the Maneka family as they had not consumed the contraband at the time.

Shaharyar obtained bail from the court. Police sent a sample of the recovered liquor for forensic analysis.

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