Supreme Court adjourns Panama Leaks case hearing till Monday

ISLAMABAD (Yes News) – Supreme Court (SC) on Friday has adjourned the hearing of Panama Papers case till Monday.

Supreme Court adjourns Panama Leaks case hearing till Monday

Supreme Court adjourns Panama Leaks case hearing till Monday

A five-member larger bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa resumed the hearing. Other judges in the bench include Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan.

The bench remarked that why Sharif family is not presenting details if it is having them over which, Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif’s lawyer asked for time for the submission of complete documents.

Tell the bench whether the apology of Ishaq Dar was conditional or unconditional, the judge asked.

SC has also directed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to provide details of Ishaq Dar turning approver in the case.

The directives came after Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) registered a petition seeking disqualification of finance minister over alleged money laundering.

Moreover, the court has ordered the PM’s lawyer Makhdoom Ali Khan to submit complete details of property distribution after Mian Sharif’s death till January 30.

Earlier, money trail submitted by Maryam Nawaz revealed that after the certificates of off-shore companies received from Al-Thani family, she was entitled as the trustee.

In addition, the money for $8 million debt was also paid by Al-Thani family to Al-Taufiq Company.

The initial certificates of the company were cancelled in 2006 and also in that year, the new steel mill business was initiated.

Hussain Nawaz had also revealed that he used to send money to his father out of the earnings from this steel mill.

It was further disclosed in the reply submitted in court that investment for Jeddah Steel Mills was financed by Mian Muhammad Sharif.

On the other hand, Hussain Nawaz has also submitted the new affidavit of Tariq Shafi in Supreme Court.

It has been mentioned in the affidavit by Tariq Shafi that he deposited money to Fahad bin Jasim, who was based in UAE at that time, as he was asked to do so by Mian Muhammad Sharif.

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