The special court trying former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf for high treason Thursday ordered that the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) report be provided to the defence lawyers, a media report said.
The Pakistani government has offered to bring back former president Pervez Musharraf’s mother, who is undergoing treatment in Sharjah, rather than let him travel to the Gulf country, a media report said Tuesday.
The chief judge in Pervez Musharraf`s treason trial on Thursday dramatically stormed out of the courtroom after repeatedly being accused of bias against the former Pakistani military dictator but later clarified that he was not recusing himself from the high-profile case.
In a setback to former military dictator Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan`s Supreme Court today rejected his review petition challenging the special court`s decision not to try him for high treason under the Army Act.
Embattled former Pakistani military dictator Pervez Musharraf has challenged in the Islamabad High Court the recent rejection of his plea seeking to transfer his treason trial case to a military court.
A special court constituted for the treason trial against Pakistan`s former president Pervez Musharraf has issued an arrest warrant against him rejecting his plea to be allowed to go abroad for treatment, reports said.
The special court conducting former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf`s treason trial has hinted that more names can be added to the list of those responsible for issuing the 2007 order to impose emergency.
Embattled former dictator Pervez Musharraf`s lawyer Ahmed Raza Kasuri on Monday said his appearance in a special court conducting his treason trial on January 16 was conditional to an improvement in his health.
In a fresh setback for Pervez Musharraf, a special court conducting the embattled former dictator`s treason trial on Friday ruled the criminal procedure code is applicable in his case and rejected his plea to stay an order summoning him on January 16.
The condition of former Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf was today compared to that of an "18-year-old" by the government prosecutor to emphasise that he did not have any justification for skipping his treason trial.