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NAB allowed permission to proclaim the Panama case investigation team

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has allowed the National Accountability Bureau to record the statement of members of joint investigation team investigating Panama Lax’s case against former Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif.
The NAB team, who was preparing a reference against former Prime Minister and his children, filed a petition in the Supreme Court that taking statements of members of the Investigation Team investigating Panama Lax is necessary for the preparation of reference.
According to BBC’s envoy Shahzad Malik, the Supreme Court Judge Justice Ejazul Hasan, who supervised the reference in accountability courts against Mian Nawaz Sharif and his children, passed the request of the NAB, while investigating the Panama Lectus team Members allowed to record statements.


Prime Minister, the order to file a case against the family
‘Nab died for us’

The names of the six members of the Joint Investigation Team will be recorded, including FIA’s Deputy Director General, Wajid Zia, State Bank of Amir Khan, Bilal Rasool of Security and Stock Exchange, Naim Mungi, a national accountability bureau, Agencies include ISI and Military Intelligence Noman Saeed and Kamran Khursheed.
The five-member bench of the Supreme Court had ordered NAB to file a reference in his accountability case against Prime Minister and his three children besides his son and federal finance minister Isaac Dar in his 28th July judgment. Apart from this, accountability courts were also allowed to decide on this reference in six months.
Prime Minister and his children were not presented before the team of NAB and the ruling party’s position is that when the Supreme Court has ordered to file the Accountability Bureau for reference, then there is no evidence to appear before the investigation team. No profit
Another appeal review

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