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    Post Babar urges SC to follow due process in his case

    ISLAMABAD: Raising objections to the Supreme Court's (SC) proceedings in a contempt of court case against him, former law minister Babar Awan requested the court on Wednesday to follow due process in the case and said it should not give any judgement "which will be disowned by itself in the future".Babar, also cancelling his power of attorney regarding his counsel, started to defend himself before the court.A two-member SC bench, comprising Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan and Justice Muhammad Ather Saee... more

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