In his remarks, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan stated that the bench was already reviewing the matter of the prime minister's disqualification, while Justice Ijazul Ahsan remarked that the court would not back down from its decision.
However the team was established and on July 10 it submitted its voluminous report to the court to support its conclusion that a "significant disparity" existed between the Sharif's declared wealth and its known sources of income.
The date of the judgment is yet to be announced and if convicted, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif can face disqualification from politics.
According to sources, the meeting will discuss the expected judgment of the apex court in the Panama Papers case.
Most analysts are divided on whether the court will simply disqualify Sharif or recommend a new investigation. The deed was executed in 2006, and the Calibri font was not commercially available till 2007. "We have been waiting for them since day one to come forward and provide the money trail", he said, adding that the court would decide the case on the basis of evidence and that it was not bound by the findings of the JIT.
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Dozens of worshippers have prayed on the streets near the gate after refusing to enter via the metal detectors. At 5:00 p.m., a protester threw a bottle of water at three passing Jewish women.
The meeting also chose to utilise all legal and constitutional options in case the verdict comes against the prime minister. The Supreme Court, acting on petitions from opposition lawmakers, chose to establish a six-member Joint Investigation Team to delve into the allegations corruption involving his family, including his daughter and two sons.
The controversy erupted a year ago with the publication of 11.5 million secret documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca documenting the offshore dealings of numerous world's rich and powerful.
However, the report is fueling intense pressure on Sharif from opposition parties to resign.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday discussed the political situation with his ally Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP) Chief Mahmood Khan Achakzai as the Supreme Court's verdict in Panama Papers Case is around the corner. The 256-page report by Joint Investigation Team's (JIT) was a blow to the head of government and strengthened his opponents to demand his resignation.
"The prime minister's final destination is Adiala jail".