ISLAMABAD: The Panama Papers case joint investigation team (JIT) has asked the Election Commission of Pakistan to provide the prime minister’s asset declaration, according to sources.
The sources said ECP received the JIT’s letter on May 10, which asks for asset declarations from 2013 to 2016. The JIT has sought the details from ECP within three days.
The secrecy branch of the election commission has however compiled a file of the asset declaration and sent it to the chief election commissioners, as per the sources.
The JIT has also asked for the asset declaration of Captain Safdar, son-in-law of the prime minister.
On May 10, a session of the JIT was held to decide on the investigation method for the Panama Papers case.