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Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif asked to produce money trail

22 July 2017

The prime minister also presided a meeting on matters pertaining to Civil Aviation today, during which he directed fast track improvements in service delivery for passengers at the national airports.

The records have been attested by Dubai authorities in which it is stated that the Sharif family sold 25pc of its Ahli Steel Mills shares on 14th April 1980.

The date for announcement of the verdict will be released later.

Marriyum said that with the power of the ballot Nawaz Sharif would again have a landslide victory in 2018 elections and the elements involved in hurling baseless allegations at him would have to bite the dust. The 256-page report by Joint Investigation Team's (JIT) was a blow to the head of government and strengthened his opponents to demand his resignation.

Sharif's lawyers have been arguing that the JIT overstepped its remit.

The prime minister directed that the facilities should be made at par with the major global airports in the world.

"This is not accountability".

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The controversy surrounding the Sharif family's wealth came under scrutiny a year ago after the publication of 11.5 million secret documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca documenting the offshore dealings of numerous world's rich and powerful.

Three of Sharif's four children - Maryam, his presumptive political heir, and his sons Hasan and Hussein - were implicated in the papers.

He said these documents are undeniable proofs of money trail for London flats.

Sharif's case has weakened considerably over the past few days, with many predicting he that will be disqualified from office in the coming days.

The report was submitted to the Supreme Court, which on Friday said it had come to a decision on the case - though there was no immediate indication what its judgement will be or when it will be announced.

The court earlier hinted at making the volume public after lawyers of the Sharif family had objected to the JIT's request for withholding volume X of the report, terming it a "mala fide act". He said that the opposition lawmakers should ready themselves for General Elections 2018.

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif asked to produce money trail