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Special courts reserve judgement against Pervez Musharraf

ISLAMABAD: Tuesday’s special court hearing the long-running high-trait lawsuit against former president general (retd) Pervez Musharraf reserved his decision.

The complaint against the former president was heard by a three-member tribunal, composed of Peshawar High Court Chief Justice and Special Court Justice chair Waqar Seth.

No one from the plaintiff or the state was present at today’s hearing. The counsel for Musharraf also chose to skip the hearing today.

After a half-hour recess, the court confirmed it had reserved its judgment in the case to be announced on November 28.

During the last hearing of the case, the government had sacked the entire prosecution team in the case against the former president.

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