KARACHI - The District and Sessions Judge Faheem Ahmed Siddiqui on Saturday granted the plea of providing the B-class facility in the prison to the accused Hanif Kalia, Javed Khanani and Munaf Kalia allegedly involved in money laundering case. The said court has issued the verdict on the plea submitted by the accused allegedly involved for transferring billions of foreign currencies abroad illegally through 'Hawala' and 'Hundi.' The court has also issued directive to allow the accused to meet with their lawyers. In another court, the Additional District and Sessions Judge South Sultan Mohammad Awan has conducted the hearing of Aafreen Baig's murder case and adjourned the hearing till December 24. The prosecutor appeared before the court and requested further time to submit their comments, while the court has granted his request and adjourned the hearing for the next hearing. According to the prosecution, the husband of the deceased, Farooq Mengal, along with his home servant Mohammad Bukhsh Umrani and his (Umrani) wife Zahida were allegedly involved in her murder. The prosecutor had submitted before the court that Mengal hatched the murder plot of his wife as he was suspicious of her character. Earlier, the investigation official had submitted that Aafreen's death would have given him big monetary benefits as Aafreen had invested huge amounts in the production of some drama serials and was soon expecting returns. The official said that the main accused had used his driver Mohammad Bukhsh Umrani and his wife Zahida to carry through the plot. The police had collected fingerprints and other evidence from the crime scene and later formally arrested Farooq Mengal. It is pertinent to mention here that Aafreen Baig was found dead in her residence located in Phase-V, DHA. On the other side, the Additional District and Sessions Judge West Mohammad Noman Memon has released the main accused of the Lyari gangwar, Arshad Papu, in drug case. Papu was accused for having 400 grams of heroin, while the prosecution had failed to produce any evidence and witness before the court.