LAHORE: An anti-terrorism court on Saturday withdrew non-bailable arrest warrants for former information minister Marriyum Aurangzeb after she appeared before the court in a case registered against her last year.
The court had issued the arrest warrants of Ms Aurangzeb for her failure to attend the previous court proceedings.
Ms Aurangzeb and former MNA Javed Latif, both nominated in the case, appeared before the court with their lawyers.
The court canceled the warrants of the former information minister and adjourned further hearing till January 6 next and sought arguments on acquittal applications.
The case was registered against Ms Aurangzeb and Javed Latif in Lahore on Sep 19, 2022 for allegedly ‘using religion to instill and spread hatred’ against PTI chief and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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