ISLAMABAD: Memo Commission proceedings came to an end on Friday, with forensic reports of Mansoor Ijaz’s Blackberry being made a part of documents to be sent to the Supreme Court after compilation, Express News reported on Friday.
Commission proceedings taking place at the Islamabad High Court were presided over by Justice Qazi Faiz Isa.
During the proceedings, Memo Commission Secretary Raja Jawad Hasan Abbas confirmed that he was present for the eight-hour long forensic test, adding that no one had interfered during that time.
After completing the proceedings, the commission said that a briefing will be taken in camera by the foreign ministry regarding the “secret funds”.
Boycotting the meeting, former ambassador to the United States Hussain Haqqani’s lawyer Zahid Bukhari said that he would present his objections on the proceedings and the detailed report in the Supreme Court.
Earlier, lawyers for Husain Haqqani stated that they would not appear before the Memo Commission when it met on Friday.
Instead, they said Haqqani would wait for the commission’s report before raising objections over the commissions’ proceedings before the Supreme Court.
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