According to Dunya News, during the hearing Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) officer Sidra Mansoor recorded her statement, stating that according to the documents submitted to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Nawaz's son Hussain Nawaz was owner of 498,400 shares and that price of one Mehran Ramzan Textile Mills share was Rs10.
These shares were gifted and donated, she added.
Harris told the witness that the current investigation pertains to the Al Azizia Steel Mills and Hill Metal Establishment and the documents she presented were related to a different organization, reports the Dawn.
This was Nawaz's 12th, Maryam's 14th and Safdar's 16th appearance respectively in the accountability court.
Twenty-two hearings of the Al Azizia case, 19 of the Flagship case and 18 hearings of the Avenfield case have been held so far, Geo News has reported.
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