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High treason case: Court rejects Musharraf's plea to postpone hearing
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – A special court has on Wednesday rejected former President Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s plea to postpone hearing of high treason case against him on medical grounds. According to details, the erstwhile president’s right to defense has been abolished by the court and he will not be able to receive services of his lawyer.A three-member bench headed by Justice Tahira Safdar conducted the hearing. Musharraf’s counsel Salman Safdar told the court that his client could not travel to Pakistan due to his precarious health condition, and once again requested the court to adjourn the hearing and give him another chance to appear before the court.
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High treason case: Court rejects Musharraf's plea to postpone hearing
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – A special court has on Wednesday rejected former President Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s plea to postpone hearing of high treason case against him on medical grounds. According to details, the erstwhile president’s right to defense has been abolished by the court and he will not be able to receive services of his lawyer.A three-member bench headed by Justice Tahira Safdar conducted the hearing. Musharraf’s counsel Salman Safdar told the court that his client could not travel to Pakistan due to his precarious health condition, and once again requested the court to adjourn the hearing and give him another chance to appear before the court.
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