Panama case: Maryam Nawaz arrived at Judicial Academy in a car bearing ‘fake number plate’

  • Analyst Shahid Masood claims the registration number belongs to a stolen motorbike
  • PM’s daughter appeared before Joint Investigation Team on Wednesday

ISLAMABAD – The Prime Minister’s daughter, Maryam Nawaz Sharif, arrived at the judicial academy Wednesday in a luxury car bearing a fake number plate, claims a Pakistani journalist.

Dr Shahid Masood, an analyst, claimed during his TV programme on News One channel that the registration number fitted on a BMW car in Maryam’s squad belonged to a stolen motorbike, whose owner Muhammad Daud should be helped in getting back his vehicle.

Masood, who is famous for detailing almost every ‘controversy’ against the country and Islamic world, went on to say that Hassan Nawaz was inquiring into the issue.

Maryam appeared for the first time before the Supreme Court-sanctioned joint investigation team (JIT) probing the Sharif family’s business dealings abroad. She was accompanied by husband Captain Safdar, brothers Hassan and Hussain, Minister of Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb, PM’s Special Assistant Asif Kirmani and female capital police officers, to the JIT secretariat.

A number of PML-N workers, especially from the party’s women wing, had also turned up near the FJA to show support for Maryam.