Pak court adjourns hearing in Musharraf`s extradition case
Lahore: A Pakistani court on Tuesday adjourned
till April 7 the hearing of petitions seeking the extradition
of former President Pervez Musharraf from Britain and
registration of a case of high treason against him.
Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court
adjourned the case at the request of a petitioner, who sought
time to present arguments.
The judge was hearing two petitions filed by Ilamuddin
Ghazi and Aziz Ahmad Awan.
Ghazi has levelled 15 allegations against the former
He alleged that Musharraf had dissolved an elected
parliament without "any cogent reason just to save his own
Awan asked the court to issue directions to
authorities to extradite Musharraf and get Red Corner notices
issued by Interpol.
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