Did JIT miss these? Sharif family to submit fresh documents in court to prove money trail

  • A new letter from Qatari Royal says he was ready to meet the JIT.
Pakistan

LAHORE – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s sons Hussain Nawaz and Hasan Nawaz are the beneficial owners of Nielsen and Nescoll Companies, the counsel of Hussain Nawaz, Advocate Salman Akram Raja revealed here on Wednesday.

According to the media reports, Hussian Nawaz’s counsel Salman Raja has got some fresh and important documents which clearly showed that Hussain Nawaz and Hasan Nawaz are the beneficial owners of both companies, while JPCA Ltd. is managed both the companies.

According to the documents, JPCA met with Hussain Nawaz regarding the management of the companies in 2014 and did not have any contact with Maryam Nawaz.

Hussain Nawaz claims he submitted these documents to the JIT but they were missing from the final report. The sources of Sharif’s family said that the JIT deliberately ignored the documents.

The fresh documents will be presented before the Supreme Court by the counsel tomorrow.

According to the documents, Maryam Nawaz is neither the beneficial owner of any offshore companies nor the owner of London Flats.

Following are the PDF version of the documents:


The documents belong to the JPCA Corporate Account Company which is registered under BVI. A copy of the verified sale agreement of the Dubai Steel Mill has also been obtained.

A copy of the letter states that JPCA Limited never met Maryam Nawaz. The Sharif family sold the shares of Ahli Steel Mill for 12 million Dirhams.

According to the documents, Minerva Financial Services Limited took over the administrative affairs of Neilsen, Nescoll on January 26,2006.

On June 2, 2014 the affairs of Neilsen and Nescoll were transferred from Minerva to JPCA. As per the documents, Hussain Nawaz is an old client of JPCA.

JPCA company claims that a meeting took place with Hussain Nawaz, who was the beneficial owner of Neilsen and Nescoll companies.

Minerva Financial Service’s documents claim the meeting took place in Hussain Nawaz’s office at an unspecified date.

Meanwhile, in yet another twist to the Panamagate case against Sharif family, another letter from the Qatari Royal Hammad Bin Jasim Al Jabor Al-Thani has surfaced.

The letter tells the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the case, that he (Qatari Royal) will meet the JIT members once he gets an assurance that he is not subject to jurisdiction and laws of Pakistan and that he is not subject to any investigation or required to appear before any tribunal or court of law.