National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday documented a supplementary reference against previous head administrator Nawaz Sharif and his family finished their four upscale Avenfield pads in London, sources told DawnNews.
The reference includes new confirmation, including TV interviews given by Sharif, his little girl Maryam Nawaz, and his two children Hassan Nawaz and Hussain Nawaz.
The reference additionally includes seven new witnesses, including Britain-based legal master Robert Radley and a nearby relative of Wajid Zia — who headed the joint examination group that tested the Panama Papers case. The pair’s announcements have just been recorded.
Additionally recorded as witnesses are two authorities from the Ministry of Information, two from NAB and one from a private TV channel.
The Avenfield Properties reference affirms that Sharif, his brood and his child in-law, resigned Captain Mohammad Safdar, had acquired four pads in Park Lane, UK, without genuine money related means.