Panama JIT report reveals why it didn't record interview of Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jasim

Panama JIT report reveals why it didn't record interview of Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jasim
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ISLAMABAD: 

The Panama Case Joint Investigation Team has revealed that why it did not record the statement of the Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jasim.

The JIT has declared the Sharif family’s prime and final defence – the letters from Qatari Prince Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber alThani – as ‘totally a myth rather than a reality’, adding that the ruling family had never invested 12 million dirham in the Qatari royal family’s business.

The letters were presented by Sharifs’ attorneys before the Supreme Court during hearing of the Panama Papers case to establish money trail for the ruling family’s foreign properties.

The JIT has concluded that “after having investigated the case [of letters] in detail, examination of witnesses [Sharif family members] and receipt of irrefutable evidence from foreign jurisdiction, recording of the statement of Hamad alThani has become inconsequential.”

There was no use of the interview as the things had been proved otherwise by the irrefutable evidences of the foreign government agencies.

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