ISLAMABAD Probing the Haj scam, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is tightening its noose around some of the main accused but turning a blind eye to certain other big shots, including the PMs son, primarily under pressure from FIA DG Waseem Ahmed. The FIA on February 21 handed over a questionnaire to PMs son Abdul Qadir Gilani who is also facing charges of corruption in the Haj scandal. Sources in the FIA said that investigators had received no reply from Gilani Jr. as yet. They also revealed that the agency had not sent any reminder to the PMs son either as investigators were facing enormous pressure from their own boss (the DG) who earlier disassociated himself from the scam on the directions of the Supreme Court. Well-placed sources in the FIA said that the government is not ready to remove Waseem Ahmed from his post in violation of orders from the apex court. The government fears it might have to face another embarrassment in the shape of arrest of the premiers son if the incumbent DG was sacked, sources added. The FIA questionnaire asked Abdul Qadir Gilani about the source of money that he spent for the import of a bullet-proof vehicle worth Rs 15 million. A member of the National Assembly, Syed Imran Ali Shah, in his statement recorded before the FIA had accused Gilani Jr. of corruption, saying that the bullet-proof vehicle had connection with the Haj scandal. He had also accused that Rao Shakeel got his appointment as DG Haj in Saudi Arabia allegedly after giving bribe through Qadir Gilani and his close friend Zain Sukhera. Sources said investigators have decided to take to task Zain Sukhera who is on interim bail till March 29. They said that the prosecution would argue before the court for the cancellation of his bail on the next date of hearing and if court accepted FIAs plea, he would ultimately be arrested. Former Secretary Information Technology Najibullah Malik is also on interim bail, facing charges of recommending Zain Sukhera for his appointment as consultant in the IT Ministry on the basis of a fake LLB degree. Meanwhile, the FIA today (Wed) will produce Hamid Saeed Kazmi, former Religious Affairs minister, before a local court to obtain his physical remand for further investigations. FIA investigators are not ruling out the possibility that Hamid Saeed Kazmi might divulge other names who may have minted millions in the Haj scam.