Pakistan Supreme Court Order For Probe Prime Minister And His Family Over Panama Paper Leaks

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf showed strong resistance over Panama Paper Scandal and asked PML-N and PTI’s to submit Terms of Condition (ToR) for the formation of commission to initiate probe over alleged Prime Minister and his family’s offshore companies.

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The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has initiated their struggle from the first day of Panama Paper leaks, leader Imran Khan called for a massive lockdown of Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad on 2nd November that recently changed to “Day of Thanks” as Pakistan Supreme Court heard Panama Paper leaks case.

Pakistan Supreme Court questioned National Assembly Bureau (NAB) for its inactivity over massive offshore scandal, over the decision of PTI’s chairman Imran Khan to lockdown Islamabad until the decision of Panama scandal, before the massive sit-in Pakistan Supreme Court ordered for investigation over Prime Minister and his Family.

A Five member bench of Supreme Court headed petition over Panama Papers, five member bench headed by senior Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali. The petition filed by Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan Awami League and significant part played by Paksitan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Salman Aslam Butt who is the former attorney general is representing the alleged offshore individuals including Prime Minister of Pakistan Muahmmad Nawaz Sharif, Ishaq Dar, Captain Safdar and Maryam Nawaz in the case.

During case proceeding on Tuesday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan and PML-N Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif agreed for the formation of commission.

Supreme Court Adjourned the hearing till 11:30 of 3rd November and assisted Prime Minister and his family to submit their reply over offshore companies’ scandal revealed in Panama Paper.

Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court has asked both parties to show restraint as the matter will now solved by Pakistan Supreme Court however, SC has maintained opportunity that all parties can state their points.