The capable six-part Joint Investigation Team (JIT) entrusted with testing the business dealings of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his children abroad is entering a pivotal stage, with the examination heading towards the conclusion.
Sources say the JIT was twisting up the test by one week from now, after which it would wrap up the last examination report by the second week of July before it was submitted to the pinnacle court by the July 10 due to date.
On Saturday, the JIT in its meeting evaluated the reports relating to the business and expense records of the Sharif family that were put together by Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
In such manner, the JIT is summoning individuals from the Sharif family by and by. The chief’s cousin Tariq Shafi will show up before the powerful JIT on Sunday, when insiders said he will be re-evaluated over his announcements recorded amid his before the appearance before the body.
Also, on Monday, the JIT comprising of individuals from SECP, National Accountability Bureau, State Bank of Pakistan, Military Intelligence, Inter-Services Intelligence and Federal Investigation Agency, has summoned Hussain Nawaz, the head administrator’s senior child.
Hassan Nawaz and Maryam Nawaz will show up before the body on Tuesday and Wednesday individually, in what authorities said will be the finishing up week of the JIT entrusted with gathering proof inside two months.
Sources reveal that the JIT summoned individuals from Sharif family for the second time after agents discovered the difference between articulations recorded by them and the reports put together by pertinent government divisions.
The JIT was shaped by the Supreme Court after its decision on the Panama Papers case was part 3-2 among a five-judge seat, with the two disagreeing notes in the judgment created by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Justice Gulzar Ahmed.
The two judges had ruled against Sharif, saying he ought to be excluded, while the other three were agreeable to shaping a JIT.
Regardless of the buildup over the JIT and its progressing examinations, legitimate and examination specialists feel the report, once it is introduced to the court, will essentially be the start of a long procedure.
Lawful specialists feel that the JIT’s report, once it is finished, may prompt further hearings.