ISLAMABAD – In a response to ‘evidence’ submitted yesterday by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to the apex court against Sharif family, the Sharif family will counter the allegations in the Supreme court today to clarify its position regarding the flats and assets named in Panama leaks.
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Just an hour before the hearing takes place at the supreme court, it has been revealed to Daily Pakistan that the Sharif family will be claiming that the property belonged to their grandfather, Nawaz Sharif’s father, Mian Sharif.
Mian Sharif owned two companies in 1992 which were later inherited by Nawaz Sharif and his children.
Two of the flats also belonged to the Grandfather, Mian Sharif, and rest of the two were bought later.
Yesterday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf submitted a whole book as an evidence against Sharif family in Supreme court.
According to the details, PTI chief Imran Khan on Monday submitted 686 pages in the apex court as evidence, out of which 286 pages were taken from the book – “Raiwind Sazish” (Raiwind conspiracy) – of so-called investigative journalist Asad Kharal.
As per details, the evidence provided by Kharal had already been rejected by the five-member bench of the Supreme court while dismissing his petition for becoming a party in Panama leaks case against PM Nawaz Sharif and his family.