The 2011 "Memogate" controversy revolves around a memorandum allegedly drafted by Haqqani ostensibly seeking help from the Obama administration in the wake of the Osama bin Laden raid to avert a military takeover in Pakistan.
He, however, did not return to the country and breached his commitment with the court. On June 4, 2013, the court had directed the executive to bring him back.
"Such political 'warrants' have not been honoured abroad in the past, won't work now," he said.
On February 1, the top court had constituted a three-member bench to resume hearings of the controversial case.
In December 2017, three people had separately lodged FIRs against him for delivering hate speeches and writing books and articles against the Pakistan armed forces.
They accused Haqqani of contributing to enemy propaganda while residing in the US, "which was threatening the peace of Pakistan".
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