Panama Papers case in Supreme Court: Sharif Family may get into serious troubles

Panama Papers case in Supreme Court: Sharif Family may get into serious troubles
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ISLAMABAD: Panama Papers case has taken another twist with the entry of the British Pakistani against the Sharif family .

Panama case in supreme court on November 30: Sharif Family grilled

After the Qatari prince, son of a British-Pakistani officer has jumped in the Panamagate, claiming that the Sharif family bought Mayfair flats through money laundering.

He claimed the illegal money was transferred in the bank accounts opened on his father name without any consent.

Kashif Masood, son of Masood Ahmed Qazi, a retired officer from London Stock Exchange, claimed this through an email to Registrar Supreme Court .

He said his father was bluffed by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar , who opened accounts in the name of Masood Qazi.

Panama Papers case in SC: Imran Khan evidences may lead Sharifs in serious trouble 

Unlike Qatari prince, the British son has consented to appear before the larger bench of the apex court to record his statement and testimony with more “substantial” evidences

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