ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court of Pakistan resumed hearing a slew of petitions seeking a probe into Panama papers here on Monday.
The five-member larger bench is expected to discuss the alleged money laundering by Sharif family and Ishaq Dar in the purview of latter’s confessional statement.
National Accountability Bureau (NAB) submitted details regarding the confessional statements of Ishaq Dar pertaining to money laundering charges.
According to NAB’s submitted reply, Ishaq Dar applied for amnesty on April 20, 2000. NAB chairman accepted the petition the very next day.
On April 25, Ishaq Dar recorded his confessional statement before the magistrate.
Counsel for Ishaq Dar, Shahid Hamid kicked off his arguments by expressing that the petition for disqualification of Ishaq dar and intra-court appeals were dismissed.
Shahid Hamid expressed that the referee judge dismissed NAB’s