Supreme Court to hear Panama scandal from 20th
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court will initiate knowing about indistinguishable petitions on Panamagate from October 20.
A three-judge seat, headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, will hear five sacred petitions documented by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Jamat-e-Islami, Shiekh Rasheed Ahmed, Watan Party and Advocate Tariq Asad.
Prior, the SC’s Registrar’s Office had given back the petitions naming them trivial. A month ago, the main equity, after an in-chamber hearing, put aside the Registrar’s Office’s complaints and requested to settle the knowing about cases in an open court.
PTI’s legitimate group including Hamid Khan, Naeem Bokhari, Ahmad Awais, Yousaf Anjum and Muhammad Imad Khan would argue the case. The PTI had asked for the court to exclude Premier Nawaz, Capt (r) Muhammad Safdar and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar over their asserted association in government evasion and duty avoidance through seaward organizations.
In like manner, JI boss Sirajul Haq, through his appeal, had asked for the peak court to guide the investigative offices to test Panama outrage.
Likewise, Advocate Tariq Asad had asked for the top court to name an abnormal state legal commission to explore the claimed interests in seaward organizations.
Sheik Rasheed Ahmed had asked for the SC to frame a commission simply like the one on memogate.
Be that as it may, Barrister Zafarullah of Watan Party had presented that development of any such commission would be a pointless activity.