LHC verdict over FIR case appeal against Pakistani skipper Babar Azam
LAHORE – Lahore High Court (LHC) Monday suspended the ruling of district and session’s court order which ordered the federal investigators to lodge a case against Pakistani captain and two others for allegedly blackmailing and harassing to former class fellow.
Justice Asjad Javed Gharral while hearing the plea of the 26-year-old cricketer issued the notices to the Federal Investigation Agency and complainant Hamiza Mukhtar seeking their replies in the case.
The court also ordered to combine an earlier application of Babar against the registering of the case against him with his new application and ordered to set a date for the hearing in these cases.
On Thursday, Judge Hamid Hussain of sessions court directed the FIA to book Azam as it was revealed that the numbers involved in blackmailing and harassment belong to Babar Azam and two women, identified as Maryam Ahmed and Salemi Bibi.