ISLAMABAD: Ali Musa Gilani, son of Prime Minister, recorded his statement before Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) for the third time in ephedrine quota case on Monday.
According to sources, Gilani reached the ANF force in a car with no number plate.
ANF officials questioned the accused for three consecutive hours.
Sources say that 159 questions were asked from junior Gilani, but he failed to give any satisfy answer.
The officials say that he denied any connection with former Health Secretary Asad Hafeez. CNBC