PTI failed to submit documentary evidence in SC: PML-N leaders
Muhammad Zubair says politics of allegations should come to an end.
Leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz have said that lawyers of PTI have failed to submit even a single documentary evidence in the apex court.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Monday evening, Chairman Privatization Commission, Muhammad Zubair said as the case is in the Supreme Court, the politics of allegations should come to an end.
He said documentary and supportive evidences will be submitted in the court by next Tuesday.
He said PTI Chairman and his cronies waved documents in public meetings and tv channels and repeated allegations but now their lawyers have declined to present any evidence.
Daniyal Aziz in his remarks said the interviews of Hussain Nawaz and Maryam Nawaz were concocted to create ambiguity and to mislead the people.
He said International Consortium of International Journalists admitted that name of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was not included in Panama Papers.
Parliamentary Secretary for Information, Mohsin Shahnawaz Ranjha said the petitions of PTI have no evidence. He said Prime Minister presented himself for accountability and allegations of PTI are just based on hollow claims.