The Supreme Court Thursday said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has decided to further investigate the corruption allegations made by the opposition in protest against the office, there was insufficient evidence for his mother’s return.
“Must hold a full investigation,” Asif saeed Khosa, who announced that the decision resulted in a one-month trial of foreign business activities Panama leaked last year’s papers, which connect children to Sharif .
The ruling ordered the formation of a joint investigation team to investigate how the Gulf mill came into existence, sell it and its opponents, and how the sale ended in Jeddah, Qatar and the United Kingdom. How the Prime Minister’s age-giving children had ways to buy apartments in the early 1990s.
It also raised questions about the letters written by the Qatari Emir Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabir al-Thani, and how the pregnant woman in the crystallization of the apartments, who was the real owner and beneficiary of Nielsen Marine Projects and NSCOL Ltd., a hill metal institution came into being; Al-Raed Investment Co. Ltd. and other companies established by Hassan Nawaz Sharif where the working capital came from and source of the talented millions of Hussein Nawaz Sharif to his father originated from.
In order to seek answers to the questions raised, the Supreme Court ordered the establishment of an investigation committee to investigate and submit its report every fortnight before the Supreme Court. The court also ordered Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his sons Hassan and Hussein to appear before the Joint Commission when necessary, which would complete their investigation within 60 days of its formation.He added that after receiving the Standing Committee’s periodic or final reports, the question of the removal of Mian Mohamed Nawaz Sharif would be considered.
The Supreme Court noted that the head of the National Accountability Office failed to carry out his duties. The Supreme Court ordered the inclusion of a senior official from both NAP, the Federal Investigation Agency, the Pakistan Securities Exchange Commission (SACB), Pakistan Pakistan Bank (SPI), Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) And military intelligence (MI) to carry out the investigation.
The Supreme Court’s detailed decision was 549 pages, with the verdict divided by 3.2 among the five-member Supreme Court.Two of the five-member opposition judges in the House of Representatives were of the opinion that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was not honest with the nation and that he should have been disqualified.The five-member cabinet, headed by Judge Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, kept his case on Feb. 23. The decision comes ahead of the general elections scheduled for next year.