LAHORE: PTI Leader and former Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar Sunday said it's responsibility of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) to produce Qatari Prince before Joint Investigation Team (JIT). Every contradiction will not only be contested but decimated in SC.
"Moreover, irregular movement of huge amounts in shape of loans and gifts from Saudi Arabia-based company (Hill Metals Establishment), United Kingdom based companies (Flagship Investments Limited and others) and United Arab Emirates based Company (Capital FZE) to Respondent No. 1, Respondent No. 7 and Pakistan based companies of Respondent No. 1 and family have been highlighted".
The report said the role of off-shore companies is critical as they have been identified to be linked with their businesses in UK. Sources said that Jang Group may be working in connivance with Sharif's family.
According to sources familiar with the development, Prime Minister Sharif reiterated there would be no compromise on national security and that Pakistan remains committed to peace and stability in the region. "We will demolish this report".
"This report is a political statement which reads like an Imran-nama", the minister said.
He said that the Supreme Court bench will consign the report to a "trash bin, where it rightfully belongs".
The court ordered that its copies should be provided to the parties in the case, including Sharif family.
The bench has adjourned the hearing till Monday.
In the April 20 verdict, the Supreme Court gave JIT two months to find out answers to 13 questions related to the money trail of Sharif properties in London.
The JIT, which had investigated the money trail behind the purchase of several flats in London owned by Sharif's children, was headed by Federal Investigation Agency additional director general Wajid Zia.
An anti-graft investigation into corruption allegations against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's family was completed by the Pakistani authorities.
The report suggested the National Accountability Bureau, the country's main anti-corruption watchdog, should open a "reference" or case against Sharif and his three children under the provisions of the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance of 1999.
The Joint Investigative Team (JIT), consisting of investigators from Pakistan's police, military and financial regulators spent 60 days gathering evidence and questioning witnesses regarding the prime minister's family's assets.
"There is no need of further trial or proceedings".