SC adjourns Hudabiya Paper Mill case till 11 December

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan heard the famous Hudaibiya Paper Mill case that revolves around the alleged corruption 1.2 Billion rupees by Sharifs via money laundering in 1990s
According to Media reports, the apex Supreme Court resumed the hearing with a new bench that was formerly headed by Justice Asif saeed Khosa, who on the day of the hearing excluded himself from the bench and pointed that the registar has mistakenly nominated his name for the bench.

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In famous Panama proceedings, the head of the bench Justice Asif Saeed Khosa remarked that National Accountability Bureau must reopen the refernce of Hudabiya paper mill case, that was quashed by Lahore High Court on technical grounds.

On Tuesday, the bench was headed by Justice Mushir Alam, which includes Justice Qazi Faez Isa and Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel.

NAB has appealed an earlier decision of the Lahore High Court (LHC) directing it to quash the investigation into the case, which accuses former finance minister Ishaq Dar and prominent members of the Sharif family of money laundering.

The hearing then was adjourned till 11 December, 2017

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