The joint investigation team has confirmed in its report that Prime Minister's daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif is the actual beneficial owner of Nescol and Nielsen enterprises.
The Supreme Court had taken up the matter after it was petitioned by the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party regarding disclosures in the Panama Papers leaks about offshore assets owned by Sharif's three children.
Low-key meetings between the prime minister and members of his legal team arrived at the decision to challenge the JIT report - in the top court as well as in public - sources in the ruling camp said.
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Klusener has also applied for the post with some experience of coaching provincial sides in domestic leagues in South Africa. Ganguly hinted that the coach will be picked before the Sri Lanka tour that begins with the first Test on July 26.
The top court took up the case in October a year ago on petitions filed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Awami Muslim League and Jamaat-e-Islami and reserved the verdict in February after conducting hearings on a daily basis.
The case hinges on two parallel money trails for the Park Lane apartments: one based on the Rehman Malik investigation, and the other provided by Hussain Nawaz to the apex court.
The bench also ordered a contempt of court notice to be issued to the Jang Group, a leading media house, for a story published in The News daily that speculated on the findings of the JIT.
The "forced confession" of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar is also being used to establish a case against the Sharif family.The JIT summoned nearly all important persons named in both the Rehman Malik report and Mr Dar's "confession".A British-Pakistani Kashif Mehmood Qazi, was also summoned.
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All shops, business establishments and petrol pumps remained closed while public transport was off the roads. Restrictions have been imposed in many parts of the Valley to maintain law and order, officials said.
The report alleged that there was "irregular movement of huge amounts in shape of loans and gifts" to Sharif's family and Pakistan Based companies from the companies based in Saudi Arabia, UAE and the UK. Likewise, 2,547 personnel from the aforementioned departments were deployed at judicial academy and in its vicinities when Prime Minister's daughter Maryam Nawaz showed up at judicial academy on July 5.
Sharif, 67, who has denied money-laundering allegations against him and his family, today held consultations with his close aides after the report was filed with the court. In the report submitted by JIT, it has been stated that Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan chairman Zafar Hijazi was involved in tampering records in order to favor Sharif's family. His elder son Hussain appeared before the panel six times while younger son Hassan appeared thrice.
The premier's son-in-law, Capt Safdar, was also included in the names forwarded to NAB.
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Voting no were Republicans Tom Bennett of Gibson City, Dan Brady of Bloomington and Brad Halbrook of Shelbyville. The package would likely increase revenue by $5 billion, doing so by increasing the income tax permanently .