Why government is afraid of Panama JIT overtime work

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Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said that any addition to the volume 10 of the JIT report will not be accepted as it has been submitted to the court in final shape on July 10.

A three-member implementing bench of the Supreme Court had directed the JIT to complete its task of probing financial dealing of Sharif family by July 10. So, following the direction, the JIT had submitted its report on the same day.

The minister said that the apex court had allowed the JIT to close its office within 7 days, but instead of that, all JIT members and their staff are working and making telephonic contacts with foreign agencies and institutions, and are sending reminders to them.

She added that none of the JIT members had reported back to their departments concerned so far.

Government fears that the further foreign evidences may be added to the Panama JIT Volume 10 which consists of the Foreign Legal Assistance with other countries.

It is pertinent to mention here that many letters that have been written to the foreign governments are still awaited which may prove to be disastrous for the ruling family.

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