ISLAMABAD: The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) submitted an application before the Supreme Court of Pakistan outlining difficulties being faced by the team in implementing the apex court’s orders.
Earlier on the 7th of June the apex court’s Panama case implementation bench had directed Zia to submit an application outlining hurdles and difficulties and interference being faced by the JIT.
The JIT spent Saturday in meetings at the Federal Judicial Academy ahead of Monday’s appearance when the JIT will submit an interim report before Supreme Court apprising the bench regarding findings in light of questions posed to Hasan and Hussain Nawaz, the prime minister’s sons.
On Friday, the prime minister’s eldest son appeared before the JIT for the fifth time. While speaking to the media after the session, Hussain said he would appear again if summoned.
However, the premier’s son believed he would not be called by the JIT anytime soon. “Looking at the type of questions asked, I don’t think I will be summoned again by the JIT in the near future,” he said.
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