KARACHI - The head of inquiry commission of Sindh High Court, Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, on Wednesday summoned Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Waseem Ahmed with entire record of money laundering case on March 11. According to an SHC official, the DG FIA was issued directive to appear before the inquiry head and produce whole relevant documents, evidence and statements regarding the money laundering case, which he had submitted before the Senate committee recently. On Tuesday Chief Justice Sindh High Court Mushir Alam had assigned Justice Sajjad Ali Shah to conduct inquiry over acquittal of accused of the money laundering case, and submit the report. It may be remembered that SHC CJ had initiated probe on the directive of the Chief Justice Supreme Court, Justice Iftkhar Muhammad Chaudry, after taking suo moto notice regarding acquittal of the eight accused involved in money laundering case. The suo moto was taken after the Director General of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Waseem Ahmed raised question over acquittal of accused Khanani and Kalia. Justice Sajjad Ali Shah has initiated inquiry after receiving complete records of the case.