Qatari Prince Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani, who is among the owners of REDCO International in Qatar,
willing to come to Pakistan to appear before the court or commission on the leaks Panama.
Supreme Court of Pakistan was told yesterday PM advice to the children of a lawyer Akram Sheikh that the apartments in London and handed over to the Qatari Prince in 2006,
the Sharif family and the ruling family in Qatar have signed agreements to do so.
The Supreme Court questioned whether the Qatari Prince to visit Pakistan to support the letter did not give a concrete answer Akram Sheikh.
However, according to a report by the news, and it gave the Qatari Prince,
that letter before the court had agreed yesterday to visit Pakistan to appear before the court.
Sources familiar with the developments expressed that Prince Hamad Al Thani,
the former Prime Minister of Qatar, which also was named in Panama papers,
has no problem in reaching Pakistan and appear before any court or committee to be questioned.
The Al-Thani, who became Qatar’s foreign minister at the age of 33 in 1990 and became prime minister,
among the top 140 world politicians call Panama leaves.
While the documents provided by the Sheriff under scrutiny,
and the legal fraternity believes that it is necessary to the proper verification of the message provided by the Sharif family in order to thwart these petitions.
Legal Experts also suspect that even if gives Prince Hamad Al-Thani agreed to come to Pakistan,
he can also choose to come at a time of his own choosing, and thus delay the proceedings.