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SC rejects verdict to arrest Musharraf

Musharraf Case

Pakistan, Islamabad News – SC of the Pakistan adjourned the hearing of treason case against former Military ruler Pervez Musharraf until 15th April on Tuesday, E Pakistan News Reported.

A two-judge bench of the apex court, comprising Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain heard the case against the retired general seeking his trial under Article 6 of the Constitution for imposing the state of emergency in 2007.

The court rejected the request seeking the arrest of the former military ruler.

Musharraf’s representative  sought from the court six weeks’ time from Musharraf to submit his response and said that Musharraf would reply to every point raised against him adding that certain hidden names would be revealed in the response.

The bench replied that it did not mind the pandora box to be opened and granted six days’ time to submit his response, adjourning the hearing until April 15.

According to the Musharraf’s Facebook account  “I have directed my panel of eminent lawyers to forcefully represent me in the Supreme Court of Pakistan tomorrow. These cases do not frighten me and I will fight all the cases in the court of law!”

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