Friday, 21 July 2017

Trouble For PM If Children Can’t Justify Assets: SC

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The Supreme Court made it clear on Thursday that problems could arise if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif became a public servant and failed to justify the source of the money he had taken over four apartments in London.

"(Maryam, Hussain and Hassan Nawaz) Unless you get a court ruling on the means of securing apartments in London, you have to bear the burden of ownership," said Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Joint Investigation Team Judge the Supreme Court judge who adopted the report.

Salman Akram Raja, a senior spokesperson representing PM's children, said that all investments and business were handled by Mian Sharif and his grandchildren (who claimed that no one but government officials was the recipient of the funds).

The court looks for PM Sharif's position on Capital FZE. Responsibility of Qatar's royal production in Sharifs

"The person who received the suspicion without any answer" refuted Judge Ijazul Ahsan, and Judge Sheikh Azmat Saeed asked the counselor if he understood what he said.

The court also pointed out that although the JIT had built a superstructure in the report, it was defective in many cases, but did not involve the child in any wrongdoing.

The UAE Justice Department was also confused by the court 's response to the Justice Department' s dismissal of the stamps and seals used by the Dubai Court in announcing Ahli Steel Mills' 25pc three -

Judges observed that documents procured under mutual legal assistance are factual statements and more reliable than those created before the trial.

But the lawyer did not answer, except that it might have been a mistake. He went to Dubai and asked five times before JIT to say that such a gap must have been accepted by Hussein and asked him to clarify what happened.

Before attending the hearing until Friday, when the case is expected to come to an end, the Supreme Court asked the counsel to explain the prime minister's position on the new offshore company Capital FZE, which appeared in the JIT report.

After the judge first consulted before completing the proceedings, Supreme Court Justice Seed pointed out where the funds for Capital FZE came from.

But he said he would explain it on Friday after consulting with the client, but confirmed to the court that the prime minister, who served as chairman of the board, did not receive any salary.

Khan said that when one person works and gets paid, he becomes part of his assets.

The court also recalled the advice that the £ 650,000 British pound was transferred from the FZE to the Flagship Investment Company.

The court also regretted that despite the JIT request, former Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani did not tend to go to the Pakistani embassy or ask questions via video links and continued to assert JIT to arrive in Doha.

Attorney General Ahsan added that Sheikh Al Thani is not the object of Pakistani law and the court, and that the matter is over.

"Do we all have to go to Doha?

The lawyer reminded him of the 2012 Arsalan Iftikhar case, which claimed that the person to be interrogated must be informed in advance of the accusation.

Prime Minister Raja claimed she could get information from Sheikh Al Thani and the team had to travel to Doha if necessary.

However, Attorney General Ahsan stressed that it is the responsibility of the defense to produce him before the JIT because the trail of money presented by the Sharif family depends on him.

The court was also angry at previous documents submitted to court by Coomber Tradings and other attorneys for Nescoll and Nielson. Nescoll and Nielson were unable to obtain official appointments on Saturdays where the same documents were used and where the deed of trust was signed on Saturday. holiday.

The court was not convinced by the defendant's explanation of the Calibri font used in the deed of trust and was careful not to use a beta version that was not available to law firms in countries like the United Kingdom.

The court also asked Mohammad Waqar Rana, Minister of Justice, on the punishment for submitting the forged document to the Supreme Court. According to AAG, he was sentenced to seven years in prison, but added that the parties should have an opportunity to explain their position.

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