Karachi, May 14 : PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari was freed of one more criminal case last evening when a Sindh Hight Court judge set aside a case in which he had been accused of smuggling artefacts to London.
With this, Zardari is learnt to have been exonerated of all the charges.
According to the Daily Times, Justice Bin Yamin of the Sindh High Court set aside the case against Zardari and former high commissioner to the UK, Wajid Shamsul Hasan by allowing their criminal revision applications and ordering the quashing of the FIR in the 'Container' case.
In a detailed judgment, the HC bench said that the two men appeared to have been falsely implicated in the case and held that the alleged consignment had belonged to one Urs of Bilawal House, and not Zardari, added the paper.
All cases pending against Zardari have now been decided in his favour, it said.