The Islamabad High Court has also rejected the plea of the PTI chairman for bail in the cipher case.
The CJ had reserved the judgment on October 16, providing sufficient time for both the prosecution and the defense to present their arguments and evidence.
Imran Khan is already under custody on judicial remand in same cipher case.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan and former Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi were named in the report, along with references to former principal secretary Azam Khan and former planning minister Asad Umar.
The FIR alleged that the former prime minister and foreign minister had manipulated the facts related to diplomatic ciphers. It stated that a conspiracy was initiated to misuse the contents of the cipher for malicious purposes and noted that the former premier and senior diplomat had jeopardized the state's interests.