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Sharif's son appears before Pama papers probe panel

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Jun 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Islamabad, June 2: Pakistan Prime Minister waz Sharif’s younger son, Hassan waz, on Friday made his first appearance before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) constituted by the Supreme Court to probe the Pama Papers case. Hassan arrived at the Federal Judicial Academy accompanied by leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League (waz) to record his statement before the JIT, Dawn reported. A day earlier, Sharif’s elder son, Hussain waz, appeared before the JIT for the third time over the past five days to defend the money trail of the Sharifs’ London properties. As he emerged from the JIT secretariat, Hussain claimed that there was not an iota of evidence of any wrongdoing or illegality committed by him, his father, brother and sister. Hussain was summoned by the JIT for a fourth round of questioning but it was not specified when he will make his next appearance. The six-member JIT was constituted by the Supreme Court to examine the fincial transactions of the Sharif family to buy four apartments in Park Lane, London. The JIT had also summoned Qatari royal Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al-Thani. Two letters signed by the Qatari royal had been presented before the top court by representatives of the Prime Minister’s children’s during the Supreme Court’s hearing of the Pamagate case. (IANS)

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