Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s elder son Hussain Nawaz today appeared for the fifth time before a Joint Investigation Team probing allegations of money laundering against the Sharif family.
In previous sessions with the JIT Hussain explained variations in his account with regard to the family’s London flats and submitted a record of the establishment, sale and purchase of Al-Azizia Steel Mills in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf Steel Mills in the United Arab Emirates and further investments in steel and real estate in United Kingdom and Qatar.
He arrived at the Federal Judicial Academy, where the JIT has set up its secretariat.
“Action should only be taken on the basis of evidence,” Hussain said, speaking to reporters outside the secretariat.
Responding to a question about the JIT photo leak, he said, “Only the people who leaked the JIT photo can explain the reasons behind doing so.”
Earlier on Wednesday he had filed a request in the SC seeking the formation of a commission to investigate the ‘leaking’ of a CCTV image of his appearance before the JIT.
Hussain claimed in the request that the photo leak was against ethical and legal codes.g”.
The PM’s elder son had earlier accused two JIT members of being close to his father’s political rival, Imran Khan, which was rejected by the court for being premature.