ISLAMABAD – During Panama Leaks hearing, Justice Asif Khosa on Monday said that no justification over the money came for Dubai factory has been presented in the court.

A five-member larger bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa resumed the hearing. Other judges in the bench include Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan.

Justice Ijaz ordered Hussain Nawaz to provide companies’ record over which the lawyer said those who level allegations should be responsible of presenting the evidence.

Justice Khosa remarked that Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif had discussed about having plethora of evidence but no one is telling the court about the source of 12 million dirhams.

Justice Ijaz directed to bring all the record in the court in order to reveal the truth.

During the hearing, details of property distribution after Mian Sharif’s death have been presented to the judges in a sealed envelope.

Salman Akram Raja told the court that four flats in London are under Hussain Nawaz’s ownership over which, the bench remarked that reality can only be revealed after bringing facts in the court.

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has also submitted record pertaining to Finance Minister Ishaq Dar’s apology in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills reference in Supreme Court.

NAB Prosecutor General Waqas Qadeer presented details of Dar’s apology stating that on April 20, 2000, the minister requested for forgiveness and his confession statement was recorded on April 25.

Dar had confessed to his alleged involvement in the money laundering of $14.86 million on the behalf of Sharif family, NAB prosecutor said.

Maryam Nawaz’s lawyer Shahid Hamid told the court that petition seeking disqualification of Ishaq Dar was submitted in Islamabad High Court (IHC) which was later dismissed by the court.

No one can be disqualified on the basis of accusations only, Shahid Hamid added.