ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau chairman Qamar-uz-Zaman Chaudhry on Wednesday appeared before The Panamagate Joint Investigation Committee, ARY News reported.
The NAB chairman was summoned to appear at 2 P.M. sharp, but turned up to face interrogation after a delay of two hours. He reportedly submitted all relevant documents related to the Hudaibiya Paper Mill of the Sharif family.
He also submitted the details of the NAB meeting on October 28, 2014, and a copy of the accountability watchdog’s decision on the Hudaibiya Paper Mill, and as well Ishaq Dar testimony over the matter in 2000.
NAB prosecuter K.K. Agha submitted his comments on the probability of an appeal of the case, and whether it will be embroiled in further delay and waste of resources if renewed. NAB chairman had decided not to appeal against the case when asked by the Agha.
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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz made her appearance before the JIT on Wednesday at 11 A.M.
It has been a busy week for the JIT as it winds up and submits the final report before the Supreme Court on July 10. PM’s younger son Hassan Nawaz and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar appeared on Monday, while elder son Hussain Nawaz made his sixth appearance on Tuesday.
The JIT was mandated sixty days to investigate the Sharif family’s London properties and money trail as part of the Panama Papers case verdict. Former chairman NAB Gen. (retd) Amjad Hussain has also recorded his statement before the JIT on June 29.