Panama Papers case in Supreme Court on December 6: SC asks 3 basic questions

Panama Papers case in Supreme Court on December 6: SC asks 3 basic questions
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ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan resumed the hearing of the Panama Papers case on December 6.

Panama Papers in Supreme Court: Sharif family deny new documents

While hearing the Panama Papers case today the Supreme Court of Pakistan raised three important questions:

1.Did the Prime Minister’s children create their companies?

2. Is Maryam Nawaz dependant on someone?

3. Did the prime minister tell the truth in his statements?

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s lawyer informed the Supreme Court that Maryam Nawaz was not a dependent of her father in financial matters after 1992.

He clarified that the premier had purchased property in Maryam’s name.

Panama case hearing in Supreme Court on December 6

Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed argued that trust deed submitted by Sharif family was forged. He alleged that Sharif family committed money laundering and embezzled motorway project funds.

Sheikh also claimed that Sharif family still has $300 million dollars in Swiss banks.

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