Govt to continue cooperating with JIT probing Panama Papers case: Kirmani
Says JIT was given powers of NAB after consultations with the cabinet.
Prime Minister's Special Assistant on Political Affairs Asif Kirmani says government will continue cooperating with the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing Panama Papers case.
Talking to newsmen outside Judicial Academy in Islamabad on Friday, he said the JIT was given powers of NAB after consultations with the cabinet.
Asif Kirmani said the Prime Minister`s sons could seek exemption from appearing before the JIT but they opted to present themselves for accountability.
Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Division Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said PML-N is pursuing the agenda of development promised during 2013 elections.
The Joint Investigation Team probing the Panama Papers case held proceedings at the Judicial Academy in Islamabad.
Prime Minister`s son Hussain Nawaz appeared before the team.