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Panama Case JIT London Flates Supreme Court Reserves Judgment Dada Pota Show 21-07-2017

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Panama Case JIT London Flates Supreme Court Reserves Judgment Dada Pota Show 21-07-2017

Dada Pota Show 21-07-2017 based on detailed discussion on Panama Case, JIT, London Flates & Supreme Court Reserves Judgment.

Today, Dada G shared his opinion on important news that SC reserves judgment in Panama Papers case.

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The special implementation bench of the Supreme Court reserved on Friday its decision in the Panama Papers case after hearing arguments over the final report of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT). Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed remarked that the bench would review the matter of the prime minister’s disqualification. In his remarks, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan stated that the bench was already reviewing the matter of the prime minister’s disqualification, while Justice Ijazul Ahsan remarked that the court would not back down from its decision.

This was the fifth consecutive hearing of the bench from July 17, when it began hearing responses of the petitioners and respondents on the JIT’s final probe report into the Sharif family’s businesses. During Friday’s hearing, the counsel for the prime minister’s children, Salman Akram Raja, completed his arguments and earned appreciation from the bench. The bench also directed for the confidential Volume X of the JIT report to be made available to the premier’s counsel, Khawaja Harris. The judges remarked that they want to keep everything transparent.

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Money Trail Panama Case JIT Supreme Court Political Economy Dada Pota Show 20-07-2017

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Money Trail Panama Case JIT Supreme Court Political Economy Dada Pota Show 20-07-2017

Dada Pota Show 20-07-2017 based on detailed discussion on Money Trail, Panama Case JIT, Supreme Court & Political Economy.

Today, Dada G shared his opinion on important news that Counsel for PM’s children submits objections to JIT report.

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Presenting his arguments before the three-member special implementation bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday, Advocate Salman Akram Raja submitted a 17-page petition detailing objections to the Joint Investigation Team’s report into the Sharif family’s businesses.

Raja, the counsel for the prime minister’s children Maryam, Hussian and Hasan, prayed the court to dismiss the JIT report as well as the three constitutional petitions in the Panama Papers case.

Detailing the objections, the petition states that the material obtained by the JIT, whether through Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) or through ‘unauthorised sources’, appeared to be at variance with the stance taken by the premier’s children. “This material was concealed from the respondents so as to deny them any opportunity to correct the impression formed by the JIT on the basis of such concealed material,” the petition states.

It says the JIT placed uncritical reliance on documents received through MLA requests so as to block all other avenues of investigation

The JIT also arrived at the conclusion, based solely on a letter of UAE Ministry of Justice dated June 28, 2017, that no scrap machinery had been transported from Dubai to Jeddah during the period 2001-2, the petition states.

The petition also accuses the JIT saying its ‘dominant objective’ was to somehow implicate Maryam Nawaz.

Regarding Maryam’s association with offshore companies Nielsen and Nescoll, the petition states that the relevant information could have been verified by the JIT from the directors of Minerva and JPCA Limited as well as Qatari Prince Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim and Waqar Ahmad [Hasan’s London-based business manager]. “This information would have conclusively demolished the allegation that Maryam was or is the beneficial owner of shares of Nielsen and Nescoll.”

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Panama JIT Report Chapter 10 Sharif Family Objections Dada Pota Show 19-07-2017

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Panama JIT Report Chapter 10 Sharif Family Objections Dada Pota Show 19-07-2017

Dada Pota Show 19-07-2017 based on detailed discussion on Panama JIT Report, Chapter 10 & Sharif Family Objections.

Today, Dada G shared his opinion on Sharifs’ 29 objections against the JIT

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As the Supreme Court initiated its proceedings after the submission of the report by Joint Investigation Team on Monday, the government filed an exhaustive list of objections to the report while largely claiming that the JIT and its report have been discriminatory.

While political opponents have cited the report as the undoing of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz, the government quarters have vehemently objected to both the JIT as well as the report it presented before the Supreme Court. The objections list concerns over various aspects of the report including the legal admissibility of the evidence gathered, the recommendations and ‘analysis’ offered based on its investigations while also claiming that all members of the JIT itself are controversial.

The government has also termed the recommendations of the JIT as discriminatory and based on mere speculation. The detailed objections are listed below:

1. The JIT exceeded the mandate granted by the Supreme Court
2. Most of the JIT report’s contents have little to do with the April 20th order of the Supreme Court.
3. Most of the evidence gathered by the JIT was not shown to or shared with the respondents during questioning with the respondents. Thus, the JIT wasted the state’s valuable time and money.
4. The documents and evidence gathered by the JIT are not legally admissible.
5. The JIT breached its own limits and procured documents and evidence through private companies.
6. The JIT has tried to mislead the Supreme Court by employing Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) through private companies instead of government channels.
7. The documents procured by the JIT are not certified, authenticated or even signed by witnesses.
8. The London-based law firm used by the JIT is headed by Akhtar Raja, who is a close relative of the JIT’s own Wajid Zia. Raja is also an active political worker of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in London.
9. The JIT was supposed to gather evidence, not make recommendations. It was supposed to answer the Supreme Court’s thirteen questions, not conduct analysis.
10. The JIT’s recommendations and suggestions have no legal standing.
11. The JIT’s four claimed findings have no legal standing.
12. The JIT never shared these four major findings with any of the respondents during their questioning.
13. Till the respondents are not shown evidence, findings or claims, they cannot be held responsible.
14. The questioning of the respondents by the JIT was discriminatory.
15. Till the probe and questioning is non-discriminatory, there cannot be a fair trial.
16. A fair trial is a basic right of any respondent/defendant under Article 10(A).
17. The JIT did not record or document important evidence and documents submitted by the respondents.
18. The current JIT report stands incomplete.
19. The JIT took six more days to finish its probe other than the designated sixty days, and cannot be allowed to gather more evidence.
20. The JIT didn’t apprise any of the respondents about the evidence brought on record against them.
21. The Prime Minister was not apprised of any records or charges against him that make him a suspect, or any that prove him to be a suspect.
22. The JIT’s recommendations are discriminatory and not based on solid evidence.
23. The JIT’s recommendations and findings are based on pure speculation.
24. The JIT’s probe is not based on the fundamental principles of law, and actually target and harass the respondents while submitting non-admissible evidence.
25. The JIT tried to impress the court with a false impression that its members’ families are being harassed.
26. All members of the JIT are controversial and tainted:
A) Bilal Rasool belongs to PMLQ
B) Amir Aziz was the Musharraf-appointed investigator in the Hudaibya case.
C) JIT head Wajid Zia used his close relative’s law firm in London.
D) The JIT member from an intelligence agency is a contracted employee.
27. Not making Volume 10 of the JIT report is also controversial.
28. Respondents should be granted full access to Volume 10.
29. Making Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) documents public will not breach any law.

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Panama JIT Report Submitted Supreme Court PMLN PTI Dada Pota Show 18-07-2017

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Panama JIT Report Submitted Supreme Court PMLN PTI Dada Pota Show 18-07-2017

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Today, Dada G shared his opinion on Panama Papers, First day proceedings after submission of JIT report.

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Courtroom No-II was packed on Monday morning, with people expecting history to repeat itself. Exactly 24 years ago, Nawaz Sharif was removed from office on almost the same charges he is facing today.

But the scenario is different this time, in 1993, the clash was between Nawaz and the then president Ghulam Ishaq Khan which ultimately led to Nawaz’s ouster. Now, the premier has to contest corruption allegations in the court of law, with his children facing serious allegations.

Thousands wanted to witness the ‘historic’ even in the country’s top court, which was secured by 1,200 security personnel and three judges hearing the landmark case against the country’s incumbent premier.

Only around 400 people were able to enter the courtroom premises, but everyone had the same two questions. Will the Supreme Court summon Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to testify? Will the apex court give a declaration against Nawaz under Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution?

All eyes were on the honourable judges, who did not pass any remark regarding the final report of the Joint Investigation Team’s (JIT), consisting of 5,361 pages spread over ten volumes.

At 9:30am, Naeem Bukhari, counsel for the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf resumed his arguments on the JIT’s findings.

Bukhari, who seemed to be in a rush, concluded his arguments in a little over an hour. Those present in the courtroom questioned why he did not add anything new to the JIT report which otherwise endorsed the petitioner’s stance in the case.

The JIT report itself, relied on 92 per cent information which was previously known, 6pc was revealed through the Panama Papers while only roughly 2pc of the findings could be termed as new.

The JIT recommended re-opening of 15 out of 32 previous cases, which were either quashed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), Supreme Court, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and other courts.

New documents linked to Capital FZE, JAFZA and Hills Metals Establishment. Senior lawyers witnessing the proceedings seemed unanimous in their opinion, the cases might prove politically fatal for the prime minister if his legal team failed to defend them. It was also a test case for the petitioners, forcing them to produce evidence rather than take it as easy as they did in the past.

Imran Khan, chairman of the PTI did not attend the court proceedings. Jahangir Khan Tareen and other party leaders were assisting the party’s legal team led by Bukhari.

For the first time, former prime minister Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan leader Farooq Sattar and former chairman senate Syed Nayyar Hussain Bokhari witnessed the proceeding of the Panama Papers case.

Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Siraj-ul Haq and Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed were also present in the courtroom, with Rasheed referring to the honourable judges as “Janab-e-Speaker” during his 20-minute-long arguments. More than four dozen parliamentarians were also in attendance.

Khawaja Haris Ahmed, counsel for the prime minister, will continue his arguments on Tuesday. The prime minister has raised 28 objections on the JIT report, terming its findings as “so-called and frivolous.”

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