ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has complete hearing and reserved its verdict on the Ex, president Pervez Musharraf treason case on Thursday.
SC ‘s Three-judge bench headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja was hearing the petitions seeking Musharraf’s trial for high treason.
Attorney general, Munir A Malik told the court that a commission will be formed to ascertain transparency during the investigation and for the purpose of monitoring.
He further apprised the bench that Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) holds the authority to initiate probe against Pervez Musharraf for high treason act.
During the hearing, Pervez Musharraf’s counsel Ibrahim Satti, submitted a written response to the court.
Musharraf, in his five page letter, said that he had no hopes of justice from the judiciary and impartiality from the government, considering that the present ruler of the state was directly affected by the incident of October 12, 1999.
Justice Khilji Arif responded musharraf to stay calm and said that the court will make sure the trial is fair.
The court complete hearing and said verdict will unveiled at proper time.