ISLAMABAD - A nine-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan will resume hearing of memogate controversy, in which Pakistan former ambassador Hussain Haqqani allegedly wrote memo to US Mike Mullen and issued notice to Attorney General for Pakistan today.
In the last hearing the Supreme Court had directed the concerned authorities to ensure foolproof security arrangement to former Pakistani ambassador to USA Hussain Haqqani upon his arrival, stay and departure from Pakistan.
The court had also asked Asma Jahangir, the counsel for the Haqqani to hold meeting with federal interior Secretary and Inspector General Police Islamabad over modalities of security provision to her client during his arrival and stay in Pakistan and departure from the country after appearing before the apex court.
Hussain Haqqani, was allowed to leave the country with the commitment vide order 30.1.2012 that whenever the Court requires, he will appear in person within a period of four days.
The court on 1st December 2011 constituted a Commission to find out about the allegations of writing memo. According to its report Hussain Haqqani was the originator and architect of the Memorandum.