ISLAMABAD: A particular Supreme Courtroom bench shaped to supervise the investigation into the prime minister’s household’s monetary dealings overseas will hear the premier’s son’s petition questioning the credibility of two investigators.
Hussain Nawaz has petitioned the apex courtroom towards the alleged bias of two members of the Joint Investigation Group within the Panama case.
The three-decide particular bench will take up his plea, objecting to Amer Aziz and Bilal Rasool, who respectively characterize the State Financial institution of Pakistan (SBP) and the Securities and Trade Fee of Pakistan (SECP) within the six-member JIT.
Hussain, in a petition filed to the Supreme Courtroom that’s set to be heard immediately, has objected to 2 JIT members, questioning their partiality
Hussain has claimed that the JIT member from the Safety and Trade Fee of Pakistan, Bilal Rasool, is the nephew of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Mian Azhar. Azhar, a former governor of Punjab, was initially affiliated with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz however later joined the PML-Q after which PTI.
Hussain has claimed that regardless of being a public servant, Bilal additionally regularly speaks towards the ruling federal authorities, whereas his spouse can also be a supporter of the PTI and PML-Q.
Relating to the JIT member from the State Financial institution of Pakistan, Amir Aziz, Hussain says he was a part of the investigation group within the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case through the regime of former president Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf. Aziz additionally threatened the premier’s cousin, Tariq Shafi, whereas investigating him within the Panama case, Hussain has alleged. Aziz additionally allegedly directed Shafi to take again his sworn assertion, based on Hussain’s petition.
On Sunday, Hussain appeared earlier than the JIT for nearly two hours to document his assertion after he was summoned by the excessive-profile probe physique. He’s anticipated to submit the related data with the JIT on Tuesday.
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