The SC was hearing the petition filed by PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi against PTI chief Imran Khan and Jahangir Tareen.
Reservations raised over JIT members, contentious members are Bilal Rasool and Amer Aziz.
PML-N, too, has a chapter in Britain and accepts funds from abroad, PTI's lawyer argues.
Chief justice asks counsel to consult with his clients before making such statements on their behalf.
Police report states that the practice of selling one's organs for illegal transplants is most prevalent in Punjab.
Judges warn head of JIT that the task assigned to the team should be completed within the 60-day time-frame provided.
Musharraf's lawyers says the former president is refraining from returning to the country due to security threats.
Musharraf cannot dictate conditions on appearance before court as he is a proclaimed offender, prosecution maintains.
Video footage of lynching enough to serve as evident, lawyer tells SC.
The SBP had levied a fine on National Refinery for violating a 1998 contract.
"It seems the police is not interested in making the arrest," the CJP remarked.
"Instead of providing medical aid to the injured people, most of the management staff escaped from the site."
Only the govt can investigate allegations of foreign funding in political parties, Mansoor tells SC.
Inspector General Police Punjab instructed to submit report with in two days.
Lawyer argues petition filed by PML-N leader is inadmissible in court.
A CDA report submitted yesterday said Imran Khan’s estate among buildings that have been “illegally raised” in the area.
The report by CDA and ICT recommends demolishing of all illegal constructions.
To ascertain facts, the court has asked the ECP to present documents that Imran Khan had submitted to the body in 2002.
A petitioner from the PML-N has requested the court to disqualify Imran Khan from the NA for falsifying tax returns.
Investigating team to be headed by FIA's representative; each member can also call on their department for assistance.