Islamabad (Staff Report): Strict security measures have been taken ahead of the prime minister’s daughter Maryam Nawaz's appearance today before the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT).
According to details, over 2,500 police officials including lady police have been deployed around the Federal Judicial Academy.
Four SPs, 11 DSPs and 13 inspectors will be overseeing the security plan, with Special Branch SP Arsala Saleem deputed specifically for the security of the premier’s daughter.
Contingents of Rangers and FC have also been deployed around the academy since early Wednesday morning. Similar security measures were put in place on June 15, when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appeared before the JIT.
Maryam Nawaz is expected to appear before the JIT — formed to probe the Sharif family’s assets in light of the Supreme Court’s April 20 judgment — at around 11am.
All six JIT members will likely to question Maryam, after NAB's Irfan Mangi and Military Intelligence's Brigadier Kamran Khurshid returned to the country early Wednesday following a day's visit to Dubai.
Maryam will become the sixth member of the Sharif family to be questioned by the JIT, with her father, Uncle Shehbaz Sharif, brothers.