Panama Leaks: Parliamentary committee to meet again today
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The 12-member parliamentary committee, which will decide the Terms of Reference (ToRs) to probe into Panama leaks, will hold its third meeting on Friday (today).
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had on Thursday said that the committee has formally start framing the TORs. Talking to media in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that the matters are proceedings in an environment of consensus.
The minister said that the opposition’s two points have been exempted from the consultation and their 13 points have left, adding that the opposition is ready to withdraw Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s name.
On the other hand, Aitzaz Ahsan said that the statement of Ishaq Dar is wrong as they have not discussed in withdrawing the points.
He said that the government shouldn’t insist on its Terms of Reference (ToRs).
The second meeting of the Parliamentary Committee tasked to prepare Terms of Reference for investigation into Panama Papers was held in Islamabad today.
The committee reviewed the TORs submitted separately by the government and the opposition parties.