According to the Dawn, the PTI chief appeared before the commission, nearly two weeks after his non-bailable arrest warrants were issued.
Earlier this month, the Commission ordered that Imran be arrested and brought to the next hearing of the case filed by PTI dissident and one of the party's founding members Akbar S Babar on October 26.
Babar was also present during the hearing today.
During the hearing, a five-member bench headed by Chief Election Commissioner retired Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza directed the PTI chief's lawyer to submit a written apology over his remarks accusing the ECP of being biased in the foreign funding case.
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