Attorney General submits reply to SC about problems being faced by JIT
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf has submitted a reply to the Supreme Court with regard to the problems being faced by the joint investigation team probing the Panama Leaks case.
The reply says the PM Office had neither tipped any witness nor did it leak any summon and the JIT itself had done it. “It seems that the JIT has spent most of time talk shows,” it stated, appealing to the court to order fair play.
According to the NAB, Naeem Mangi was not issued the show-cause notice malafide and the notices were issued to other 77 officers as well.
The IB explained that the Facebook accounts of Bilal Rasool and his wife had not been hacked.
According to the FBR, the record was provided in the shortest possible time. The SECP has also rejected the allegation of tampering with the record. The Law Ministry says that the court orders were implemented within two days.
Aushtar Ausaf, in the reply, stated that the JIT should provide the proof of the allegations. He said that Nehal Hashmi had been expelled from the party for making a threatening speech.