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Hassan, Hussain Nawaz submit another letter of Qatari prince before SC

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Hassan, Hussain Nawaz submit replies before SC
ISLAMABAD January 26 The counsel for Hassan and Hussain Nawaz submitted their replies before the Supreme Court consisting on documents regarding London flats along with second letter signed by Qatari royal Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al-Thani.
A five-member larger bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa resumed hearing the Panama Leaks case on Thursday.
Details of business interests were furnished along with Hasan Nawaz’s reply which also mentions business interests owned by the Qatari prince.
Details of the reply submitted before the Supreme Court outline the various business interests held by the Qatari prince Hamad bin Jassim along with a letter dated 22nd December 2016 which clarifies the questions raised in connection with the prince’s earlier letter.
In it, Al-Thani says PM Nawaz’s father, Mian Muhammad Sharif, made an investment of approximately 12 million dirhams in the Al-Thani family’s real estate business.
“The investment was made by way of provision of cash which was common practice in the Gulf region at the time of the investment. It was also, given the longstanding relationship between my father and Sharif, a customary way for them to do business between themselves,” it said.
“At the end of 2005, after receiving all accruals and other distributions made over the term of the investment, it was agreed that an amount of approx $8,000,000 was due to Sharif. The amount due to him was settled in 2006,” the letter explained, “by way of the delivery to Hussain Nawaz Sharif’s representative of bearer shares of Nescoll Ltd and Nielsen Enterprises Ltd, which had been kept during that time in Qatar.”
The letter is accompanied by transaction details and auditor’s reports regarding the Gulf Steel Mills in Dubai and the Azizia Steel Mills in Jeddah.
An affidavit by Tariq Shafi showed how the AED 12 million were deposited with Fahad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani of Qatar on instructions of his uncle Mian Muhammad Sharif.
Along with these details a transcript of Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s TV interview was also submitted before the Supreme Court.
On the other hand, with Hasan and Hussain Nawaz’s replies and a new letter from the Qatari Prince addressing the questions raised on the earlier statement, PTI’s Fawad Chaudhry cried foul stating that instead of evidence, letters were being furnished before the court, and fraudulent documents were being prepared and presented instead of proof.
Arif Alvi said the prime minister had presented himself as a dependent in the tax returns filed by him.
Continuing his arguments in the Supreme Court, Maryam Nawaz’s counsel Shahid Hamid said married women are not dependents of their parents.


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