ECP adjourns contempt case hearing against Imran till Nov 22.

ISLAMABAD -- The ElecAtion Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday adjoAuArned till Nov 22 the hearing of a contempt case against Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan and two other leaders of his party.

A four-member bench of the ECP, headed by Sindh member Nisar Durrani, heard the case. Advocate Ali Bukhari appeaAred for the PTI and sought adjournment of the hearing.

Mr Bukhari informed the bench that advocates Anwar Mansour and Faisal Farid were in Karachi and Lahore, respectively, adding that Mr Farid could not reach the ECP due to blockade of roads.

He said he had been asked to get an adjournment. 'I am filing a written application from Anwar Mansoor for adjournment,' the counsel said.

'We have to meet the requirements of justice. You have yourself blocked roads and now saying...

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