Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz submitted false documents to mislead

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 12, 2017

In fact, as recently as Monday, a joint investigation team (JIT) found "glaring disparities" between their known sources of income and their actual wealth in its final report submitted to the Supreme Court on Monday, a media report said.

"PM's sons Hussain Nawaz and Hassan Nawaz and his daughter Maryam Nawaz failed to produce satisfactory evidence in the offshore companies allegations against them".

The JIT report, however, notes that the documents are written in Calibri, which was not made commercially available by Microsoft until 2007.

The JIT concluded in its report: "Mian Nawaz Sharif's statement that this factory (Gulf Steel Mills), in 1980 was sold for 33.37 million Dirhams or for 9 million dollars can not be corroborates".

He claimed that the match is over and repeated his favourite demand of resignation from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

The accountability bureau in turn, can find Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif guilty of lying under article 62-63 and disqualify him as a Member of the National Assembly. "It is ridiculous and absurd to suggest that any such report, which is going to be proven wrong within a few hours, will be "made up" simply to support the Sharif family", the apology said.

The truth prevailed, Sharif must immediately resign his power, said Tehreek-e-Insaf President Imran Khan, one of the prime minister's top critics. A five-judge bench of Supreme Court had ordered setting up JIT.

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Three of Sharif's four children - Maryam Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz and Hassan Nawaz - are involved in numerous businesses having properties overseas. The Supreme Court of Pakistan can send the reference against the premier and his children to NAB.

In a related development, a case was registered on Monday against the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan chief Zafar Hijazi for tampering with records of Sharif-owned business while the investigating team was completing its inquiry. Also, the court handed over a notice of contempt to Jang-the media group for not reporting inaccurate facts of the JIT investigation, reported The Hindu.

In such a case, he would be removed from office, with members of parliament tasked with electing a new prime minister.

Sharif has been under pressure since documents leaked in 2016 from a Panama-based law firm disclosed that his family had offshore accounts.

The report alleges the Sharifs' businesses alone are not enough to explain the family's wealth, which includes flats in an upscale London borough.

The Supreme Court has sought objections from all parties in the Panama Papers case within a week and the next hearing of the case is scheduled for July 17.

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