Hussain Nawaz appeared before Joint Investigation Team (JIT) for the fourth time at Judicial Academy in Islamabad today.

The JIT was established by Supreme Court to further investigate the Panama Leaks scandal.

Earlier, he appeared in front of JIT on May 28th, May 30th and June 1st.

The team has asked him to provide details about ownership of Mayfair flats of Sharif family in London. Furthermore he is being asked to present records about Azizia Steel Mill.

Large number of PMLN workers and senior leadership is present outside Judicial Academy. 

On June 1st, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s elder son Hussain Nawaz appeared for the third time before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the Sharif family’s involvement in Panama Papers case.

Earlier, the premier’s son had twice appeared before the JIT probing his family’s financial dealings abroad.

On 2nd hearing, the JIT quizzed Hussain for five and a half hours and had asked for important documents related to 16 areas of interest — from offshore companies, foreign bank statements, tax returns, to properties.

The JIT headed by additional director general Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Wajid Zia, will question Hussain at the Federal Judicial Academy (FJA) with regard to the family’s properties in London.

The JIT had also recorded the statement of the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) Chief Executive Officer Saeed Ahmed the same day.

Yesterday, Prime minister’s younger son Hassan Nawaz, appeared before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) — was grilled by the probe team for seven hours.

The JIT questioned him about the details of his family’s offshore assets and financial dealings abroad.

Hassan Nawaz, who showed up at the Federal Judicial Academy (FJA), where the JIT is headquartered, at around 10 am along with a bundle of files to record his statement and he left the academy about 5 pm without interacting with media persons, who anxiously put up with the blistering heat hoping to hear a few words from him.