Islamabad: Government has expressed its willingness for a forensic investigation into Panama Papers case on Thursday.
According to reports, Federal Minister for Defence Khawaja Asif stated that the commission’s probe will be transparent and no will be able to criticize it.
Members of the commission will be announced on Friday (today), he added.
Addressing the National Assembly the Federal Minister for Defence stated that either if it is the judicial commission or forensic investigation, who so ever is summoned will present himself.
While defending PML-N, he criticized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), chairman Imran Khan’s investment in offshore companies.
Earlier in National Assembly session, the PTI chairman slammed the government and Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif over the Panama Leaks issue.
He demanding a commission headed by the Chief Justice should be formed.
Khan stated that PM’s children have been accused in Panama Leaks and government is answerable to public in this matter.
He added that instead of providing an explanation over the matter, the ministers have started blaming the opposition. He further stated that Shaukat Khanum Hospital’s accounts were open for any to check.