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Timeline of JITís 60-day investigation

28 July, 2017

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Timeline of JIT’s 60-day investigationSC issues orders in Panamagate case, directs formation of JIT

April 26: SC receives names of officials for JIT

May 2: SC forms three-member implementation bench

May 5: SC forms JIT to probe PM’s assets

May 9: JIT begins inquiry into Sharifs’ assets Timeline of JIT’s 60-day investigation JIT presents preliminary report to SC

May 24: Questionnaires sent to PM, sons

May 28: Hussain Nawaz appears before JIT

May 29: SC dismisses Hussain Nawaz’s allegations against JIT

May 30: Hussain Nawaz appears before JIT for the second time

June 2: Hassan Nawaz grilled for seven hours

June 3: PM’s elder son quizzed for the fourth time

June 4: CCTV photograph of Hussain Nawaz at the FJA is ‘leaked’

June 5: JIT examines former Qatari premier’s letter

June 7: JIT informs SC of hurdles in work

June 12: Record tampering issue surfaces

June 13: JIT submits report to SC on obstructions to its work

June 15: PM is questioned by the JIT

June 17: Shahbaz Sharif questioned by JIT

June 19: Apex bench criticizes IB; asks FIA to investigate SECP

June 29: NAB’s first chief appears before the JIT

June 30: SECP chairman distances himself from allegations

July 3: Dar, Hassan Nawaz appear before JIT

July 5: Maryam Nawaz appears before the JIT

July 7: Former Qatari premier asks JIT to question him

July 8: PML-N says will reject JIT report without Qatari prince’s statement

July 10: JIT submits final report to SC

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