Sindh High Court on Friday has given permission MQM-H chief Afaq Ahmad to pursue his cases. Media Reports say that Chief Justice has nominated Sidh High Court Bars President and Secretary for his assistance. The court also ordered the Prosecutor General to appear in the count on next hearing. Sindh High Court Chief Justice conducted hearing of the case against Muhajir Qaumi Movements chairman Afaq Ahmad. During this, Afaq Ahmad told the court that he was being threatened from different people, adding that one of his counsels had been gunned down. That is why no counsel was ready to provide him legal services, he said. The Chief Justice deferred the hearing of case, nominating SHC Bar President and the Secretary Bar for assistance of Afaq. Before this, a murder case regarding pre arrest bail was heard in the court of Justice Maqbool Baqar who ordered the Assistant Prosecutor Muhammad Abdullah to pledge that no new case would be registered against Afaq Ahmad. The defendant is being victimized with undue cases without keeping in view the very consequence. Prosecutor told the court that Afaq Ahmad had not been arrested in the under trial current case. At this, the court asked from where the new case did appear. Justice Maqbool Baqir commented that the issues should not be taken easy, with the direction that Afaq Ahmad should not be involved in any case. Hearing was deferred till November 15.