ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has submitted more documents regarding the Panama Leaks case in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
According to the reports, PTI chief claimed that he got more corruption evidences against the rulers. He said that the new evidences would help judges make judgment on the issue.
To a query, the PTI chairman said, he is confident that his party would prove in the court all its claims about Panama Papers. He suggested if the Supreme Court would hear the case on daily basis, it would give verdict in just two weeks.
The documents submitted today (Tuesday) include letters exchanged in 2012 between Mossack Fonseca and Minerva Services over beneficial owners and an email record.
As per report, Khan has announced to hold an important press conference later on Tuesday over the issue of Panama Papers case.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan is possible to hear the Panama Leaks case on January 4. The hearing of the case was previously adjourned till the first week of January by the Supreme Court. The decision was taken when the apex court last heard the case on December 9. -Business Recorder