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”.