Maryam Nawaz reply in Supreme Court in Panama Papers case

Maryam Nawaz reply in Supreme Court in Panama Papers case

ISLAMABAD: Maryam Nawaz has submitted her fresh reply in the Supreme Court of Pakistan in Panama papers case.

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Maryam Nawaz said that she had already denied the documents over which the claimants are accusing her. She said her lawyer would satisfy the bench with comprehensive arguments on his turn.

She also said that Hussain Nawaz is sole owner of the flats and the family members have no conflict over it. She told the court that her brother has two wives with nationalities of different states.

PM’s daughter stated that Hussain Nawaz wanted to distribute the money among the children according to Shariat Law. She said that she accepted contact authority of Minerva Company on the will of her brother but never met any of its staff members.

She said that she was assured that there would be practically no burden on her during the life-time as Hussain Nawaz would handle all matters.

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Settlement between Hussain Nawaz and Al-Thani family was done in January 2006. A little later, Minerva directors were appointed and thereafter the Trust Deed was drawn up and signed by me, she added.

Maryam Nawaz said she lived with her husband and children in Jeddah during exile period.