Judge says the honour killing case will be decided only when the testimonies of all witnesses have been recorded.
Affidavit says the anti-honour killing law was passed after Qandeel's murder and cannot be applied to her murder case.
PTI candidate Malik Wasif Mazhar won the race with 46,670 votes while PPP's Malik Arshad Raan bagged 39,254 votes.
According to airport spokesperson, flights to Multan were suspended and diverted due to "operational reasons".
The convicts also have to pay over Rs6.2 million in fines each or undergo additional imprisonment in case of default.
Videos clips of the hate speech delivered at a mosque were uploaded to Facebook by two of the suspects.
Jamshed Dasti, chief of Awami Raj Party, in forms submitted to the ECP states he has no assets.
Court orders the convict to submit Rs2 million as fine and Rs0.5 million as compensation for the bereaved family.
The girl claims she was raped and sexually harassed by the defendants, one of whom is her varsity lecturer.
Bahahuddin Zakria University student says she is being blackmailed by the suspects.
Victims say they were physically tortured for offering resistance.
Victim suffers serious burn injuries on her arm and shoulder.
Lahore High Court Bar Association's Multan president has also been nominated in the FIR.
Lawyers remain incensed that new judicial complex does not house their chambers.
"It has been 17 months since Qandeel passed away, yet the case has not been resolved," Qavi says.
The cleric says he suffered from high blood pressure in jail; bail was approved earlier in the day.
Mufti Qavi was produced before the judicial magistrate in Multan amid strict security.
Police have lodged an FIR and the suspect has been arrested, says DPO Khanewal.
Police tell court investigation against cleric complete.
Says will not forgive anyone involved in his daughter's murder.