KARACHI - The Sindh High Court inquiry official on Monday completed his probe into acquittal of eight suspects of money laundering scam and submitted his report to Chief Justice Sindh High Court, Justice Mushir Alam. According to officials, Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, who was assigned as inquiry head by the SHC CJ, concluded his inquiry regarding exoneration of the suspects associated with Khanani and Kalia group and private banks. After collecting report by the inquiry head, the SHC CJ then sent it to the Chief Justice of Pakistan. The SHC CJ initiated probe on the directive of the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. The SHC CJ issued directive to study the detailed record of the case and submit its report. The suo moto was taken after the Director General of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Waseem Ahmed, raised questions over acquittal of the suspects. The DG FIA had revealed this while appearing before the Senates Standing Committee on Interior.