Abdul Rashid Ghazi murder case challenging Musharraf arrest warrant
Islamabad: Former President Pervez Musharraf in the murder of Abdul Rashid Ghazi, the lower court issued non-bailable arrest warrant has been challenged in the High Court.
Pervez Musharraf filed a petition in the court syaslam stance has been adopted. The anti-terrorism court in Quetta on the instructions of a medical board to examine his health prevented them from traveling. Based on the court and have the exemption. Islamabad subordinate court medical report despite the issuing of arrest warrants ordered.
The court orders that the subordinate judiciary banned from attending the trial and the applicant should be permanent immunity. The Acting District and Sessions Judge Kamran Basharat Mufti attendance by 19 June Pervez Musharraf rejected his application for permanent immunity from arrest warrants issued.