ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Senator Nehal Hashmi on Wednesday submitted an unconditional apology in the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan.
Hashmi’s counsel Kamran Murtaza submitted his apology in court today.
During the hearing, the SC two-member bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and comprising of Justice Dost Muhamamd Khan objected to Hashmi’s apology, which was submitted by lawyer Kamran Murtaza, saying that it is completely opposite to what the former senator had said in his speech last year in May.
In July last year, Hashmi was charged for contempt of court following his controversial remarks.
On May, 31 Nehal Hashmi in his speech had threatened the prime minister’s unidentified ‘enemies’.
The court reserved its verdict, will announce later on.