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Pervez Musharraf high treason case special court ordered FIA to re-investigate

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Pervez Musharraf high treason case special court ordered FIA to re-investigate

Islamabad (Monitoring Desk) The special court rejected the plea of ​​forming a joint investigation team in the Musharraf high treason case and ordered the FIA ​​to re-investigate the case.
According to the details, a three-member bench headed by Justice Faisal Arab of the special court gave the verdict and the registrar read it out. In its decision, the court rejected Pervez Musharraf’s plea to form a joint investigation team and ordered the FIA ​​to re-investigate. The court has said in its decision that the High Court’s decision to authorize the JIT to investigate the case was not correct, the FIA ​​should re-investigate the case and Pervez Musharraf, Shaukat Aziz, Justice (retd) Abdul Hamid and Zahid Hamid. Statements should be re-recorded.
It should be noted that Pervez Musharraf had requested to form a joint investigation team to investigate the action of November 3, which has been rejected by the special court and adjourned the hearing till January 17 while ordering a re-investigation of the case.

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The special court hearing the high treason case against former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf has ordered the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to re-investigate the case. The court directed the FIA to conduct a thorough investigation and present its findings in the next hearing.

The high treason case against Musharraf dates back to his imposition of a state of emergency in November 2007. Musharraf, who was president at the time, suspended the constitution and arrested several judges and political leaders. The case has been ongoing for several years, with Musharraf facing charges of violating the constitution and committing treason.

The decision to re-investigate the case comes after the special court expressed dissatisfaction with the previous investigation and the evidence presented. The court ordered the FIA to gather new evidence and witness testimonies to ensure a fair and transparent trial.

Musharraf, who is currently living in self-imposed exile in Dubai, has repeatedly denied the charges against him and has refused to return to Pakistan to face trial. The re-investigation by the FIA is seen as a crucial step in ensuring justice is served in the high treason case against Musharraf.

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