ECP verdict on PTI chief case on July 10


ISLAMABAD, July 4 (APP): Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)
will give its verdict in the contempt of court case against Chairman
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on July 10.
A four-member bench of ECP headed by Chief Election Commissioner,
Sardar Muhammad Raza, heard the case today.
In the hearing, Imran Khan again failed to submit his fresh reply
in the case while his counsel Shahid Gondal sought more time from the
election commission for the purpose.
He told the commission that PTI’s new counsel Babar Awan will
file Imran Khan’s fresh reply in the case.
On which, the CEC expressed his annoyance over non-submission of
PTI’s reply, saying that the reply is no more required. He said the ECP
will announce its decision on next hearing on July 10.