ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court of Pakistan has adjourned hearing a slew of petitions seeking a probe into Panama papers till Monday.
The five-member larger bench discussed the confessional statement of Ishaq Dar regarding money laundering and instructed NAB to provide all details regarding Ishaq Dar’s confessional statement from 2000 against Nawaz Sharif on the next hearing.
During today’s hearing Shahid Hamid, counsel for finance minister Ishq Dar kicked off his arguments by expressing that only Hamza Shehbaz was in Pakistan when the case against Ishaq Dar was disposed off.
Justice Asif Khosa posed a question to Ishaq Dar’s counsel inquiring whether a case involving Rs. 12 billion be closed without including anyone in investigations.
Shahid continued and expressed that in 1994, a FIR was filed in 1994 against Hudaibia paper mills and Hudaibia engineering.
‘Mian Sharif, Hussain Sharif, Abbas Sharif, Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif and hamza were nominated in the FIR’ said Shahid Hamid.