ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday adjourned Sharif brothers’ eligibility case till Wednesday. SC three member bench headed by Justice Musa K. Laghari conducted the hearing of the case. Ahmed Raza Kasuri Advocate and A. K. Dogar gave their argument regarding the case.
However, A. K. Dogar wanted to give more arguments about the case but the court prevented him as he had already taken extra time. On this, he said that Advocate Akram Sheikh raised some important points regarding the case and it was essential to talk about these arguments on which the court granted him more time by 01. pm.
K. Dogar said in his arguments that the proposer and seconder of Nawaz Sharif had due right to recourse the court. Talking to media men here, the proposer and seconder of Sharif’s eligibility case, Advocate Akram Sheikh said that the court should set up a larger bench for the hearing of the said case.
He further stated that the absence of the petitioners in the court was neither the contempt of the court nor the mistrust of the court. The application from the petitioners showed that the court was not entitled to hear the case, he added.-SANA