Former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal tendered on Friday an unconditional apology before the Lahore High Court for his ‘anti-judiciary’ speech.
During the hearing, Justice Mazahar Ali Naqvi said Iqbal did not mention unconditional apology in his written reply that he earlier submitted to the court. The court directed the PML-N leader to submit his written reply again by Saturday. The hearing was adjourned till July 2.
Four PML-N men sentenced for anti-judiciary rally
The court also sentenced four PML-N men, including former MPA Sheikh Waseem, to one-month sentence for staging an anti-judiciary rally in Kasur.
PML-N had given Waseem the ticket for NA-137. His electoral fate now hangs in the balance.