ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son Hussain Nawaz was today questioned for the second time in three days by a Supreme Court-appointed joint investigation team that is probing his family’s business dealings abroad in the high-profile Panama Papers case.
Hussain who had raised objection about two members of the six-member JIT said that he would again go to the court if he finds attitude of the investigators partial.
A large number of workers and leaders of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz were present in the premises of building where the probe was held.
It was second time since Sunday that Hussain appeared before the JIT where he spent about five hour – first waiting for about two hours for the interrogation to begin and another three hours facing the questions of the team.
“I appeared before the JIT even though I am fasting and will do so again if summoned,” Hussain said.
He said he answered