#Fontgate: Twitter frenzy as JIT alleges Maryam Nawaz forged documents with Calibri font

Social media reacted to the allegedly fabricated documents fiercely

News Desk July 11, 2017

Twitter was abuzz on Monday as a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing offshore assets of the ruling Sharif family submitted its final report to the Supreme Court.

From tweeting points from the JIT report to analysis and predicting the fate of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Twitterati had a field day. It was no surprise then when taking a spin at Panamgate someone came up with #Fontgate to discuss the alleged forging of documents submitted by Maryam Nawaz.

In its report, the JIT concluded that Maryam Nawaz is the real and ultimate beneficial owner of the Avenfield apartments. She never declared the ownership of these overseas properties, submitted fake documents and misled the Supreme Court, concluded the JIT.

'Woh mard nahi jo dar jaye', tweets Maryam Nawaz

A picture from one of the pages of JIT's report made rounds on Twitter stating that the font used on the declaration submitted by Maryam was Calibri, which was not commercially available before January 31, 2007. This ultimately suggests that the submissions were fabricated, thus leaving Twitterati in a frenzy.




'Maryam Nawaz to lead PML-N or not, party will decide'




numbersnumbers | 4 years ago | Reply @salman: No Way Out! Beta version released March 2006 to very select software developers! Sharif (fraudulent) Document dated February 2006!
salman | 4 years ago | Reply @Proud Pakistani: That link actually strengths the JIT stance. You need to understand that when MS come out with a new product, they include compatibility pacts for older versions. They do not release the compatability packs before the new product. The only way out is for sharif family to prove that they were beta testers. Time to ask Bill Gates to send them a letter :)
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