Islamabad (Staff Report): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's elder son Hussain Nawaz on Friday appeared for the fifth time before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) tasked to probe Sharif family’s offshore assets in line with the apex court’s April 20 verdict in the Panama case.

Earlier, Hussain Nawaz had appeared before the investigation team for four times.

For the first time, Hussain Nawaz appeared before the JIT on Sunday (May 28) at the federal judicial academy and faced a barrage of questions for over two hours.

He made his second appearance on Tuesday (May 30) where he was interrogated for hours. During the hearing, Hussain Nawaz was provided urgent medical care after his blood sugar level dropped following the hours-long interrogation.

For third time in five, Hussain Nawaz reached Federal Judicial Academy on Thursday (June 1) to appear before the probing team.

Hussain Nawaz appeared before the JIT on June 3 for the fourth time.

PM’s younger son Hassan Nawaz on Friday (June 2) appeared before the JIT where he was grilled for seven hours.

Hassan Nawaz made appearance before the probing team after second notice. Earlier, he had been asked to appear on Wednesday (May 31) but he could not comply with the first notice. He had sought time for recording his statement due to legal complications.

On Thursday, the PM’s younger son Hassan testified before the JIT for the second time. Hassan had first appeared before the probe team on June 2.