Toshakhana case adjourned till Monday


ISLAMABAD: District and Sessions Court Friday adjourned the Toshakhana case hearing against the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman till Monday.

Saad Hasan, the lawyer representing the Election Commission, appeared before Additional Sessions Judge Humayun Dilawar and informed the court that Amjad Parvez would present arguments on behalf of the Election Commission. However, Amjad Parvez was unable to attend the court proceedings today due to personal commitments.

In light of this, the Election Commission requested adjournment of the hearing till the next day (Saturday).

Judge Humayun Dilawar said that it would not be possible to hold the hearing the next day, as the district court was in the process of relocation. Consequently, there would be no case in the F8 court the next morning. He suggested that the hearing could be conducted in the new court building the following day.

Saad Hasan, the lawyer representing the Election Commission, assured the court that he would consult with Amjad Pervaiz and provide an update within five minutes. Subsequently, the court adjourned the hearing of the Toshakhana case.

After the break, the hearing resumed, and Saad Hassan, the lawyer for the Election Commission, requested another adjournment until Monday and said that since the courtroom was being relocated the Election Commission  wants the hearing  to be conducted in the new location.

During this time, Gohar Ali Khan, the lawyer for Chairman PTI, appeared before the court and also requested for an adjournment till Monday in a fresh atmosphere in the new court.

The court accepted the adjournment requests from the both sides and adjourned the hearing of the Toshakhana case until Monday, July 17, at 11 am.

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