Lahore (Web Desk): A German publication ‘Süddeutsche Zeitung’ has uploaded more documents supposedly linking Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter, Maryam Nawaz, to the offshore company, which owns Park Lane flats in London.
After the first round of documents released on Monday was dismissed as “forged” by Shahid Hamid, the counsel for Maryam Nawaz, SZ Investigativ, the investigative arm of the German publication, tweeted more documents on Tuesday, and again on Thursday.
Tuesday’s release consisted of a letter from J. Nizbeth Maduro, money laundering reporting officer for Mossack Fonseca — the Panamanian law firm whose internal documents comprise the Panama Papers — to Errol George, Director of the Financial Investigation Agency (FIA) of the British Virgin Islands.
This document, which names Mariam Safdar — the married name of Maryam Nawaz — as the beneficial owner of Neilsen Enterprises Limited, is not new and was included in the documents submitted to the SC by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) alongside the Panamagate petition.
The document states, among other things, that Neilsen “has a loan account with Deutsche Bank Geneva”.