Urges Lahore accountability court to proceed against suspects and punish them in accordance with the law.
Development caps a remarkable turnaround as in 2018 NAB itself had accused Cheema of holding property worth billions of rupees in the name of his family.
Warrants issued due to the her repeated absence in court hearings.
Justice Shahid Karim warns cafes violating court orders will be sealed, directs authorities to seal smoke-emitting factories.
Summons witnesses on Dec 16 to record their testimonies.
ATC sends PTI leaders, who were already imprisoned in several cases, to jail on 14-day judicial remand.
Says govt should take measures to declare two days in the week as work from home in private sector.
Others acquitted include caretaker PM's aide Ahad Cheema and privatisation minister Fawad Hasan Fawad.
Says the DC order "not based on any cogent evidence and is therefore entirely illegal and is liable to be set aside".
There are 7.3m cars but only 1.3m motorists have licences, Lahore CTO tells court.
Lahore DC says "presence of Khadija Shah at any public place will pose grave threat to the public safety".
"Not a single grain of truth in this fantasy," says interim Information Minister Murtaza Solangi.
“Fifteen women, including me, have been in jail for the past six months,” she tells court.
Judge orders DC Jhang, Hafizabad, Khanewal, Nankana, Bahawalnagar and Sheikhupura to be replaced immediately.
Prosecutor tells court the PTI leader has neither surrendered for arrest nor joined investigation.
Instructs authorities to seek undertaking from factories; suggests demolition of factories violating their commitments.
Bans burning of crop residue; interim Punjab govt makes masks mandatory for all students, declares "emergency".
Elahi's counsel calls it "bogus recovery"; court extends physical remand of PTI president for two more days.
PTI president discharged in Rahim Yar Khan sugar mills case over "lack of evidence".
Interim Punjab Information Minister Amir Mir says govt has done this by “using its constitutional powers” under Section 401 of CrPC.