Panama papers case: Sharif family lawyer asks SC to dismiss JIT report


ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court of Pakistan has resumed the Panama papers case hearing today.

Sharif family have submitted its objections over the final report of the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to the Supreme Court.

The application regarding the reservation was filed by the ruling family’s counsel Khawaja Haris taking a stance that JIT has exceeded its given mandate.

The court has been asked to declare the report null and void by accepting their plea in the case.

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, who is one of the respondents in the case, has also filed his response showing reservations over the JIT report.

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