Babar Awan, the counsel for PTI, has asked the top court for in-camera hearing as his client wanted to keep the Foreign Office's briefing before it.
The PTI's counsel Babar Awan has asked the five-member larger SC bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial, whether an in-camera hearing is possible as his client wanted to keep the Foreign Office's briefing before the court.
The CJP, however, rejected Awan's request, observing that the court is not currently asking for the letter.
The top court had taken the suo moto notice on the NA proceedings and dissolution of assemblies. The PPP also filed a petition before it and asked the court for restoration of assemblies by setting aside the ruling of the deputy speaker as well as the decision of Imran Khan regarding dissolution of the National Assembly.