ISLAMABAD: Advisor to the Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik failed to produce his documents declaring the renouncement of his British nationality in the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday, Express News reported.
Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry headed the hearing.
Malik’s passport, made in the year 2008, was presented before the judicial bench. His counsel, Anwar Mansoor, informed the court that had Malik been a British national, then he would have not been travelling on another passport.
Justice Chaudhry told him to present renouncement papers, verified by the British authorities. Mansoor informed the court that the documents were not available at the moment.
Petitioner Waheed Anjum submitted MPA Tariq Alwana’s US nationality documents. The court directed Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to verify the documents.