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The Supreme Court, while hearing the Memogate case on Thursday, asked what measures the government had taken to bring back Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the United States.

Last week, during the hearing of a case concerning the voting rights of overseas Pakistanis, Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar had been prompted to inquire about Haqqani’s whereabouts and order the resurrection of the controversial Memogate case.

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“Should we also give him [Haqqani] the right to vote?” the chief justice had wondered aloud while hearing the case.

“Why don’t we issue him [Haqqani] a notice and summon him to face the Memogate case,” the chief justice had then said, initiating a new round of review of the case.

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