ISLAMABAD: The Sharif family submitted its objections on the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report to the apex court, sources said on Monday.
The Sharif family’s reply, submitted ahead of the hearing, states that the Sharif family rejects the JIT report and claims the investigators worked beyond their mandate. The response pleads that the report be nullified, sources revealed further.
Sources said further that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, one of the respondents in the case, also submitted his reply â raising objections to the JIT report â to the court.
The Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT), formed in light of the apex courtâs April 20 judgment to probe the Sharif familyâs money trail, submitted its 60-day investigation report to the court on July 10.
The report highlighted the failure of the Sharif family to provide a money trail for its London apartments and claimed the prime minister and his children own assets beyond their known sources of income.
Following the report’s submission, the special bench, headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan and comprising Justice Ijazul Ahsan and Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, issued notices to all parties to submit their responses.Â