After hearing before Joint Investigation Team (JIT), Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif stated that all relevant institutions including Supreme Court holds record of his assets.

The Prime Minister said, today I have yet again presented the record of my assets.

“The report of this JIT will be made public soon but there is JIT of public where all political parties have to present themselves next year and that JIT will take final decision,” he said.

He said that JIT of public will give verdict in favour of PML-N next year. 

“The JIT of Allah is final one and we will be successful there too,” he asserted.

While talking to media outside Judicial Academy the premier stated that this day will be called as milestone in constitutional history of Pakistan.

“I have presented record of my each and every penny,” he said.

Prime Minister further mentioned that he and his family have been investigated in all previous era of PPP and General Pervaiz Musharraf.

“And today during my own government, I present myself for the accountability,” Nawaz said.

He further stated that his political enemies will face defeat yet again.

“There is no evidence of corruption, kickback against me as I have done nothing wrong,” he said.

The premier mentioned that this whole issue does not resolve around any corruption regarding public money rather the issues of my personal family business were turned into scandalous.

"People have many questions and I have many things to say but this is not the right time," he added. 

The premier also emphasised that his party will not let the opposition repeat history because the country has wasted way too much time in conspiracies and delaying tactics. 

Earlier, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reached Judicial Academy in Islamabad to appear before Joint Investigation Team (JIT).

The premier reached the academy with only two protocol cars.

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was accompanying him inside the academy. Furthermore Hamza Shahbaz, Hassan Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz, Captain Safdar and Asif Kirmani were also with him. 

Before, leaving for the Judicial Academy, Prime Minister called a meeting in which Ishaq Dar, Shahbaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz were present. 


The workers and leadership of PML-N was stopped by the police and did not allow them to come near to Judicial Academy. 

He is the first sitting prime minister to appear before any investigating agency of the country.

In the past, prime ministers Yousuf Raza Gilani and Raja Pervaiz Ashraf had been summoned for presenting their stances, but both of them were called by a judicial forum (Supreme Court) and not by any investigation body.

Even Raja, who was a respondent in a corruption case involving rental power projects, never personally appeared before NAB investigators while in office.

Law enforcement agencies have taken stringent security measures for PM Sharif’s appearance before the JIT. As many as 2,500 security personnel of Rangers, police, Frontier Constabulary (FC), traffic police and special branch will be deployed for providing him security cover.

The JIT had issued summons to Premier Nawaz on June 8, asking him to appear at the Federal Judicial Academy on June 15 and bring along relevant record of Panama Papers case.

The probe team, headed by FIA Additional DG Wajid Zia, will quiz the prime minister over corruption and money laundering allegations against his family.

Meanwhile Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaft (PTI) has called this as historic moment as a sitting Prime Minister is being held accountable in corruption case. 

PTI leader Asad Umar raised question about delay in justice by institutions under Prime Minister.