Not binding on SC to accept JIT’s findings: Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan

July 17, 2017
Published in Pakistan




ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court judge Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan said on Monday that it was not binding on the apex court to accept the findings of the Joint Investigation Team. 

The proceedings of the Panama case implementation were conducted during which the bench raised several questions regarding the JIT report that was submitted to the apex court last week.

"The allegations were of such a nature that they had to be investigated," remarked Justice Ijaz-ul-Hasan. "We don't want to waste the time and money of the public," he added.

Justice Sheikh Azmat inquired whether Capital FZE's documents were obtained from a source or through legal assistance.
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Story first published: 17th July 2017

 
 

One Comment

  1. Aslam   July 18, 2017 9:37 am/ Reply

    If they are not going to take reports finding and questions prime minister then why did they wate 60days on investigation. They should ask sharif family to provide evidence otherwise they are guilty.

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