Hussain Nawaz is beneficiary owner of Nielson and Nescoll, Maryam Nawaz tells court

ISLAMABAD: Maryam Nawaz, while recording her statement in Avenfield reference on Friday, told Accountability court that Hussain Nawaz is the real beneficial owner of Nielson and Nescoll, adding that London flats also belongs to her brother Hussain Nawaz.


Maryam continued recording her statement for a second consecutive day and pointed out that what she said were several flaws in the way the trust deeds were examined.

As the court proceedings went underway Maryam told court that report compiled by forensic expert Robert Radley cannot be trusted as it is contrary to the facts.

The entire process of engaging the IT expert and submitting him the documents is very suspicious, she asserted.

She asserted that the entire process for submitting documents and engaging IT expert is very suspicious.

Maryam further said that the forensic expert was engaged by Akhtar Riaz Raja, who happened to be a first cousin of JIT head Wajid Zia.

On Thursday, Maryam denied the JIT and its report, calling it irrelevant in the Avenfield Property case filed by the National Accountability Bureau(NAB) on the orders of Supreme Court of Pakistan.

During the hearing, Maryam Nawaz told the accountability court that report prepared by the JIT is an investigative document. It is not admissible before the court.

Nawaz Sharif has already recorded his statement in the case. During the last three days, He denied any involvement in the Avenfield properties. He also denied any business dealings with the Qatari family, Capital FZE, and Dubai Steel Mills.


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