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Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his two sons today failed to appear before the top anti-graft body.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday allowed the National Accountability Bureau to access to the confidential volume X of the final report compiled by six-member Joint Investigation Team.
Sharif and his sons will be interrogated in NAB's Lahore office in connection with their offshore properties revealed by the Panama Papers case.
A five-member Supreme Court bench last month disqualified Sharif for dishonesty and ruled that corruption cases be filed against him and his children over the Panama Papers scandal.
Nawaz Sharif on Friday termed his disqualification from premiership as a "joke" and asked people to stand by him to make sure that their vote is respected.
The government today said every account named in the leak is being probed but made it clear that nobody would be punished here without a proper process, unlike Pakistan where PM Sharif was removed.
A defiant Nawaz Sharif today criticised the judiciary for forcing him to quit as prime minister with a single stroke of a pen, saying it was an "insult" to 200 million people of Pakistan.
Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court last month in connection with the Panama Papers scandal.
The search by the IT department teams which started at 14 locations in Bhopal and Goa on Friday continued on the second day.
The National Accountability Bureau said the cases would be filed in the Islamabad/Rawalpindi accountability courts within six weeks of the top court's judgement,
Congress leader Pawan Khera asked Modi what action had been taken against Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh over the Panama Papers issue.
Nawaz Sharif today vacated the official residence and shifted to the hill resort of Murree along with his family.
Rahul Gandhi while addressing a ‘Jan Adhikar Sabha’ in Bastar on Saturday sought resignation of Singh citing Nawaz Sharif's ouster as Pakistan prime minister over Panama Paper issue.
A leading Pakistani newspaper on Sunday accused the Supreme Court of ousting Nawaz Sharif as Prime Minister on troublingly narrow legal grounds and called for a review of the judgement.
Shahbaz Sharif is set to succeed his brother as the Pakistan Prime Minister, while he is considering his son to replace him as Punjab CM.