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Opposition rejects judicial commission to probe Panama Leaks

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ISLAMABAD (APS) April 7, 2016– National assembly (NA) session headed by NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq continues on Thursday as Panama Leaks issue has also been added in the agenda of discussion while Opposition Leader Khurshid Shah has rejected the judicial commission to probe Panama leaks, reported APS News.

 Adjournment motions on Panama Leaks have also been submitted by the opposition. The government has also agreed to discuss adjournment motion which was presented by Federal Minister Zahid Hamid. After which NA Speaker allowed NA session to discuss Panama Leaks issue under the light of rules 259. Khurshid Shah said that Panama Leaks issue has not been raised by media or opposition itself, but has been raised internationally. He also said that this matter will not abolish but will lead to its logical end after proper investigation.

 Khurshid said that Hussain Nawaz himself admitted that companies were established to escape tax payments. He said that on one side government insists people to invest in Pakistan and on the other side PM Nawaz Sharif’s family have started trading abroad. On which basis government insists people to do so.

 The Opposition Leader said that Prime Minister (PM)’s address has raised many questions as no one knows who has forced him to do so and that the opposition has rejected investigation by judicial commission.

 He demanded to go for an audit from international company in this matter. He also said that judges will not probe into the case even after 3 years as they do not know about audit but criminal law as judges have nothing to do with audit.

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