Many well knows businessmen hide their assets from governments to safe tax money and they enlist their companies and wealth in outside of countries to save the tax and hide their assets But in Pakistan political parties head and richest people who want to be in power they hide their financials l from government of Pakistan. many of Pakistani political persons have out shore accounts in which new claim of Paradise Leak Papers has included Ex-Prime minister of Pakistan named Shaukat Aziz at that time President of Pakistan was Gen. Pervez Musharraf Paradise Leaks reveals 13.4m secret papers: Ex-prime minister Shaukat Aziz among those named!.
Paradise Papers: Huge offshore data leak reveals financial secrets
The International Consortium for Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has released the Paradise Papers, another list of documents which reveals more names of popular personalities across the globe having offshore accounts.
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Paradise Leaks: Pakistanis named in Paradise Papers
In a message on Twitter, the ICIJ hinted at their “next project,” which will go public late Sunday. The consortium, however, did not divulge more information on the project.
Paradise Papers Leaks: Two Pakistani including a former PM exposed
Geo News will be breaking the story tonight at 11pm with seasoned investigative journalist an ICIJ member, Umar Cheema, and anchorperson Shahzeb Khanzada icij pakistan .
In 2016, the ICIJ released some 11.5 million documents leaked from the database of a Panama-based law firm, Mossack Fonseca, exposing politicians, celebrities, businessmen and criminals who had set up offshore companies icij pakistan .
Paradise Papers: ICIJ names Shaukat Aziz in leaked documents
The documents included names of dozens of world rulers including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, Iceland’s PM Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, Syrian president and Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif.
Sharif and his family came under fire at home after names of the premier’s children cropped up in the leaked documents from the Panamanian law firm.
The Supreme Court disqualified Nawaz Sharif – the third-time prime minister of the country – on July 28, 2017.