ISLAMABAD: Former president General (Retd.) Pervez Musharraf contacted lawyers to seek their expert advice following a notice served on him by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
Pervez Musharraf held consultations with senior lawman Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada and former attorney general of Pakistan Malik Muhammad Qayum in which various aspects of the case being heard by a four-member bench of the Supreme Court came under review.
Malik Muhammad Qayum told Geo News that Pervez Musharraf sought legal advice from him.
The staff of Supreme Court showed up at former president Pervez Musharraf’s farm house to deliver the SC notice summoning him before the court on July 29 but the staff present at the farm house refused to receive the notice.
The 14-member bench of Supreme Court of Pakistan hearing the case of judges’ appointment served notice on the former president which his staff refused to receive from SC staff at Pervez Musharraf’s farm house in Chak Shahzad.