Panamagate JIT to submit report in SC today

ISLAMABAD: Joint Investigation Team (JIT), constituted to probe Sharif family's offshore assets, will submit report in the apex court today (Tuesday) after reviewing the documents submitted by premier's sons Hussain Nawaz and Hassan Nawaz.
FIA Additional Director General Wajid Zia will chair the session of JIT today (Monday) at judicial academy in Islamabad for the aforementioned purpose.
As per details, JIT will compile a comprehensive report under the light of investigation thus far and after reviewing documents submitted by prime minister's sons. The report will be submitted in Supreme Court (SC).
Hussain Nawaz has made four appearances before Panamagate JIT while Hassan Nawaz has appeared for once.
"I had spent 14 months in jail during Musharraf's era but no wrongdoing was proved due to lack of evidence," Hussain apprised media at judicial academy.
On the other hand, Minister of State Marriyum Aurangzeb has expressed concerns on Sunday over Hussain Nawaz's Joint Investigation Team (JIT) picture leaked on social media.
While talking to the media, she declared the leak an extraordinary activity. 
Joint Investigation Team (JIT), constituted to hear the much-hyped Panama case met on Monday to review the record submitted by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's sons Hassan and Hussain.
The inquiry committee headed by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Additional Director General Wajid Zia will present its report in the Supreme Court (SC) today (Tuesday0.
It is to be mentioned here that Hussain Nawaz made four appearances before Panamagate JIT while Hassan Nawaz appeared for once. "I had spent 14 months in jail during Musharraf's era but no wrongdoing was proved due to lack of evidence," Hussain apprised media at judicial academy.
The latest development came after Nehal Hashmi, a senator from the ruling party, apparently threatened judges for seeking details of bank accounts from Sharif s family. PM sacked Hashmi, but tension between his government and judiciary persist.
Nawaz Sharif has been under pressure to resign since reports based on documents leaked from a Panama-based law firm indicated his sons owned offshore companies. Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jaber alThani on Monday apologised for not being able to appear before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the Panama Papers case as he is 'busy'.
According to details, the JIT session is still going on with Wajid Zia in chair at the Federal Judicial Academy. The proceedings have been going on for 28 days.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son, Hussain Nawaz, had requested that the Qatari prince be allowed to record his statement before the JIT via video link. On Monday, the JIT quashed the request. Meanwhile, a letter by Prince alThani has been delivered to the JIT, sources said.
Officials said the letter, delivered first to the Pakistan Embassy in Doha, reached the Foreign Office from where it was transported - without any tampering - to the JIT headquarters at the Federal Judicial Academy, sources informed further.
On the other hand, the JIT will submit its second progress report on June 7 before the Supreme Court. In the third phase of the investigations, PM Nawaz and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar are expected to appear before the JIT. So far, Hussain has appeared four times before the JIT while Hassan Nawaz has appeared once.
Meanwhile, the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) headed by Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) Additional Director-General Wajid Zia has taken notice of Hussain Nawaz's leaked picture while he was sitting in wait at Federal Judicial Academy.-NNI
Wajid Zia is personally conducting the inquiry with a question reviewing if the picture is real or not.
It should be mentioned here that the picture registers the time of 11:37am May 28; hence, the officers, who were present on duty the same day, are being questioned over the leak. Later, the JIT will present its stance before the Panama implementation bench.
Earlier, Fawad Chaudhry, leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) said, "Hussain Nawaz's controversial picture was tweeted on social media before president of party's Karachi chapter, Ali Zaidi retweeted it. 
"Interior Minister is controlling all institutions," the PTI leader alleged.
On the other hand, Musadiq Malik, Prime Minister House Spokesperson accused the JIT of having the proceedings illegally recorded. He further said. "The Premier's family and the counsels were cooperating with the top court as well as the JIT for a fair probe." - NNI