The three-judge bench of the apex court that passed an interim order after hearing for an hour arguments of the counsel of Rahman on a plea filed by him, issued notice to the attorney-general for Pakistan and adjourned the case, Gulf News reported.
In November, the Gilgit-Baltistan antiterrorism court had sentenced the four to 26-year imprisonment and fine of 1.3 million rupees each for hurting religious sentiments of people in a show broadcast live on Geo TV in May.
The programme had showed Veena Malik dancing with her husband while a group of Sufi musicians sang a devotional song about the wedding of the daughter of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
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