The petitioner has pleaded the supreme court to declare the verdict of the high court as 'unconstitutional' and thus null and void.
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Musharraf's counsel Salman Safdar has filed the appeal against the decision to hand death penalty to the former president in the apex court, pleading the verdict to be declared as null and void.
Petitions filed by Malik Ajmal Khan advocate and Shabbir Hussain Gillani advocate in the high court have nominated Federal Minister for Law Farrogh Naseem, Special Assistant to PM Firdous Ashiq Awan, Attorney General Anwar Mansoor and other officials as defendants in the case.
'Saying with very heavy heart that CJP Khosa endorsed short verdict in front of journalists'
The bench has also summoned all record about the formation of the special court that heard high treason case against Pervez Musharraf.
The interior ministry has appealed to the IHC to declare null and void the special court's order of November 19. It further appealed to stop the court from announcing the final verdict on November 28.