ISLAMABAD: A particular bench of the Supreme Courtroom (SC) will hear the Joint Investigation Group’s (JIT) petition pertaining to reservations within the Panama probe later within the day at the moment (Monday).
Proceedings of the particular three-member Panama case implementation bench of the Supreme Courtroom couldn’t be held on Thursday as members of the Joint Investigation Workforce (JIT) failed to point out up in courtroom owing to the premier’s questioning by them on the identical day.
Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday appeared earlier than the JIT, to grow to be the fourth member of the Sharif household summoned for the probe into the case.
Following the session, the Punjab CM stated that each penny earned by his household is accounted for, including that each one belongings owned by the household are a part of the household’s personal wealth and don’t have anything to do with public funds.
He additionally rejected all allegations of wrongdoing and corruption hurled by his opponents.
The JIT has summoned the premier’s elder son, Hussain Nawaz, 5 occasions and his youthful son, Hassan, twice.
On Wednesday, the courtroom reserved its choice on the PM’s son Hussain Nawaz’s petition difficult the video recording of the JIT proceedings.
The courtroom additionally directed Lawyer Common Ashtar Ausaf to submit his response to the JIT’s report on ‘impediments’ confronted by it.
The Supreme Courtroom started investigating the Sharif household late final yr after the primary political events did not agree on a committee to probe the Panama Papers leaks, and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan threatened mass protests and to ‘shut down Islamabad’.
The JIT — shaped on Might 6 — was given 60 days to finish its probe into the Sharif household’s worldwide monetary dealings and submit its report back to the Supreme Courtroom’s particular implementation bench overseeing its proceedings.
The JIT workforce is headed by Federal Investigation Company Further Director Wajid Zia, and consists of members from Inter-Providers Intelligence, Army Intelligence, Securities and Change Fee of Pakistan, State Financial institution of Pakistan and the Nationwide Accountability Bureau.
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