Foreign firm seeking volume 10 enters plea in SC


ISLAMABAD: A foreign firm, Broadsheet, approached the Supreme Court (SC) seeking an early hearing of its petition pertaining to the Joint Investigation Team’s (JIT) Panama papers report volume 10.

The firm’s counsel, Sardar Latif Khosa, submitted the plea in the apex court.

The application read, “The matter is pertaining to the award culminating out of the contractual obligations of the Government of Pakistan through the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for which the provision of the details containing in Volume 10 of the JIT report is quite necessary for safeguarding the rights and interests of the applicant at the earliest, it would render its stance infructuous pending before International Courts hence, interest of justice demands that the titled application may be fixed and concluded at an earlier date.”