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No objectionable content in Volume 10 of JIT report: PM’s lawyer

ISLAMABAD, JUL 24 (DNA) – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s counsel Khawaja Haris has said that there is no objectionable content in Volume 10 of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report.

Khawaja Haris stated that a specific part of Volume 10 is about Nescol and Nelson companies, and the letter of July 16 has also been attached with it. He also said that details of Volume 10 have been mentioned in Volume 1 as well.

PM’s lawyer told that JIT had requested British Virgin Islands (BVI) to give details about the ownership of London flats. BVI had pointed out JIT’s mistakes in attorney general’s letter, he remarked.

Khawaja Haris added that he has requested the apex court to give its verdict after listening to Sharif family’s stance if any document comes. He said the objection on Volume 10 was made only to keep his client aware of the proceedings.

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