LAHORE - Member Punjab Assembly and Prime Minister Gilanis son, Abdul Qadir Gilani has said that he was being wrongly implicated in Haj corruption scam, as FIA was only investigating the source of funding of his bullet-proof vehicle on court orders. Talking to reporters here on Tuesday, he said that FIA conducted inquiry into Haj accommodation case thrice, but found no evidence of his involvement. Abdul Qadir clarified that the Haj scam pertained to the year 2010, whereas he got his bullet-proof vehicle booked in 2008, which was delivered to him in 2009. He said he had also declared the vehicle in his accounts of assets sent to the Election Commission of Pakistan and the Interior Ministry had also issued an NOC in this regard. He said he also paid Customs duty amounting to Rs 8.5 million for the car in question. The PPP legislator said the vehicle had been registered in his name and he had purchased it by fulfilling all legal obligations. Abdul Qadir said he belonged to a respected family of politicians and was facing threats to his life. He said Interior Ministry wrote three letters to him about threats to his life. Prime Ministers son further stated that he held the judiciary and other institutions in high esteem and will appear before the court as and when summoned by it to explain his position regarding the vehicle.