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ISLAMABAD: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Tuesday registered the murder-conspiracy case of former chief justice Khwaja Mohammad Sharif, nominating secretary to the Punjab CM, Dr Tauqeer Shah among others, DawnNews reported.

The FIA has registered the case on the federal government’s directives and the FIR was filed by agency’s section officer Hakim Din, under section 302 (premeditated murder) and others.

DG civil defence Punjab Ahsanul Rehman, director special branch Punjab Shahid Mehmood and an activist of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) are also nominated in the case.

The nominated are alleged for creating a rift between the federal, provincial governments and the judiciary by spreading rumours. The federal government had earlier formed a judicial commission to probe the conspiracy as well.

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