The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday suspended the request for a meetings court coordinating the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to enlist an argument against Pakistan cricket commander Babar Azam and others in a badgering case. The court likewise gave notification to the FIA and Hamiza Mukhtar. A week ago, a meetings court had guided the examination organization to stop a body of evidence against Babar Azam on Mukhtar's grumbling. She had claimed that she was continually getting "compromising messages" from various versatile numbers on WhatsApp. She had said she was persistently extorted that the suspects would transfer counterfeit photos of her via online media on the off chance that she didn't acknowledge their requests. "Since, standard request has been started regarding the protest of the solicitor. the respondent (FIA) is coordinated to continue further as for enlistment of FIR against the offenders inside the specified time in the wake of submitting lawful customs," Additional District and Sessions Judge Hamid Hussain had said in his request. Also Read: Former Chairman of PCB Najam Sethi holds PCB responsible for postponement of PSL 6 Equity Asjad Javed Ghural managed the present hearing and noticed that the cricketer had presented another solicitation. "Who directed the request for this situation," the adjudicator asked, to which Azam's legitimate advice, Barrister Haris Azmat, answered that the FIA had led the examination. Azmat contended that the meetings court had given the request in repudiation of the law. "The request to enlist a case was given without hearing the situation of Babar Azam," he said. In his appeal, Babar Azam fought that he was a worldwide cricketer and the commander of the public cricket crew taking all things together three arrangements. It fought that the request passed by the meetings court was an "unreasoned, non-talking request". It further added that the reprimanded request was disregarding the Prevention of Electronic Crimes and Investigation Rules 2018, while the heading to enlist a FIR was infringing upon rule seven of the equivalent. The appeal asked the LHC to put to the side the request gave by the lower court. "It is additionally supplicated that during the pendency of the writ request, activity of the upbraided request may benevolently be suspended," it said. Recently, the LHC had suspended the activity of a request passed by a meetings court to the Naseerabad police to enroll an argument against Babar Azam on Mukhtar's protest. Mukhtar had recently blamed Azam for misleadingly keeping up sexual relations and making bogus guarantees of marriage. She had likewise asserted that she got pregnant in 2015 with his infant yet had to go through an early termination.