KARACHI - The District and Sessions Judge South, Faheem Ahmed Siddiqui, on Monday reserved the verdict till February 4 (tomorrow) over the bail plea moved by three accused including Munaf Kalia, Hanif Kalia, and Javed Khanani allegedly involved in money laundering case. The public prosecutor Abdul Hafeez Lakho has completed his arguments before the court. He said that the accused could not be granted bail as they committed a serious crime by damaging the economy of the country. He submitted that solid evidence had been produced against them before the court which is enough to prove them guilty. Mentioning the Supreme Court's directives, he said that those accused could not be granted bail, as the evidences provided against them in the court were sufficient. While the investigation official of FIA had produced valid evidence against them. However, the applicants' counsel Barrister Farrukh Naseem opposed his words by arguing that the investigators had neither provided any valid evidence to the suspects nor his clients committed such crime in which they could not be granted bail. He submitted that no solid evidence has so far been produced before the court.