Panamagate: NAB & FBR officials appear in court

Panamagate's hearing resumed in Supreme Court, today. The five member bench delved into the matter regarding the steps that had been taken by NAB and FBR following the matter which surfaced in the previous year. FBR Chairman Muhammad Irshad told the court that notices were issued to 343 individuals ...

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