Pakistani Government, Opposition Expect Court Verdict on PM Sharif

Pakistani Government, Opposition Expect Court Verdict on PM Sharif

"[This] is itself a mala fide act and a breach of the Respondent No1's [PM's] fundamental rights guaranteed by Articles 4, 9, 14, 25 and 10A of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973", said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's lawyer Khawaja Haris in objections filed on the JIT report.

The Sharif family has consistently denied the allegations against them and rejected the JIT report, dismissed by the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) party as "trash".

The prime minister chaired a crucial meeting of senior party members including ministers and advisers at the PM House to mull strategy after the Supreme Court concluded hearing in Panama case.

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The minister said that the court had noted and recognized the point raised by legal counsel of Sharif family that law firms in England remained open 24/7 and even visit residences of their clients for legal assistance. It further accused Sharif's children, including presumed heir Maryam, of signing forged documents to hide ownership of posh London flats.

Marriyum said that with the power of the ballot Nawaz Sharif would again have a landslide victory in 2018 elections and the elements involved in hurling baseless allegations at him would have to bite the dust.

The date for announcement of the verdict will be released later. "This is exploitation", Sharif said while addressing supporters in the northern region of Dir on Thursday.

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The investigators, earlier this month, concluded that there was "significant disparity" between the Sharif family's declared wealth, the known sources of income of Sharif and his family, and their opulent lifestyle, in addition to the Calibri discrepancy.

The lawyers of Pakistan's higher and lower courts on Wednesday held nationwide protests against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeking his resignation. the protests were held after a joint investigation team (JIT) probing Panam papers leak case accused Sharif and his family of evading tax by setting up offshore companies to purchase high-end properties in London.

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