Court reserves verdict on Pervez Musharraf's plea
ISLAMABAD: Special court hearing treason case against former president Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday reserved its decision over the plea of transferring the case against him to the military court, ARY News reported.
Earlier, defence counsel Anwar Mansoor completed his arguments over the plea.
Three-judges bench headed by Sindh High Court's Justice Faisal Arab hearing the case against Musharraf under high treason charges.
Rashid Qureshi, a close aide of Musharraf arrived the court today. Two members of the personal security staff of the former president were also present in the court.
Defence counsel Anwar Mansoor informed the court that Pervez Musharraf can reach court at anytime. He said he could not confirm the time when the security agencies will produce Musharraf before the court.
Special court on Feb 7 had ordered Musharraf to appear today.
The former military general has been in the Armed Forces Institute of Cardioology since falling ill while travelling to court on Jan 2.