Supreme Court resumes Panama Papers case Today

Supreme Court resumes Panama Papers case Today
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ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan resumes the Panama Papers case hearing today at 1:30 pm as newly constituted Panama case 3 member bench will sit together for announcing the Joint Investigation Team.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday announced to constitute a three-member special bench in view of the implementation of order in the Panama Papers case, according to a notification.

The three-member bench headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan would include Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan.  

The bench would commence the hearing of the case at 1:30 pm tomorrow.

Meanwhile, the SC has also established a special section to help constitute the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to conduct a probe into the Panama leaks case. Additional registrar Mohammad Ali has been appointed as the coordinator and would be responsible for facilitating all communication between the JIT and the Supreme Court bench.

Deputy registrar and assistant registrar would assist the coordinator. The JIT would submit its report on the progress in the probe to the coordinator every 15 days.

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