ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court will take up the plea of an international firm seeking Volume 10 of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report in the Panama Papers case against the Sharif family tomorrow (Monday).
Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed will hear the case in chambers. Sardar Latif Khosa will appear on behalf of Broadsheet. Interestingly, the hearing of the matter before the International Arbitrator in London is fixed on the same day (July 16).
Earlier, Justice Saeed, while hearing the case in-chamber on May 16, had sought additional documents from Broadsheet’s attorney Latif Khosa. It is learnt that the applicant firm has already submitted additional documents in the apex court.
The firm had approached the apex court after an international arbitration sought a copy of Volume 10 from