JIT is working beyond its mandate, says Asif Kirmani
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Affairs Dr Asif Kirmani has on Monday said that the probe into the Panama leaks case will be deemed incomplete without Qatari royal’s statement. The JIT will have to go to Qatar to record his statement.
Talking to media at the Judicial Academy on Monday, he raised question of why the services of a legal firm were hired by the JIT to obtain documents related to the Sharif family’s business when they have already presented everything in the Supreme Court.
The special assistant said that the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) has took u-turn from its core objective. He termed the JIT as “Mohtarma”. “The JIT is working beyond its mandate,” he added.
Kirmani said that the party workers would have reservations if the JIT didn’t record the statement of Qatari prince.