An emphatic Ali Musa Gilani denied any involvement in the Ephedrine quota scandal and said that his family was deliberately 'targeted' in the case.
Speaking from South Africa on Express News's programme To the Point with Shahzeb Khanzada, the premier's younger son claimed innocence and said that Brigadier Fahim, who had testified in the Supreme Court against him, had yet to present solid evidence.
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