ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court has been told that Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif has directed the constitution of a FIA special investigative team to probe into the November 3, 2007 act of General (r) Pervez Musharraf.Attorney General Munir A Malik on Wednesday submitted the outline of the process envisioned by the government to bring Musharraf to justice under Article 6. The case hearing will be held today.A three-member SC bench headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja in the last hearing had directed the attorney general to submit the process to be adopted for bringing those persons to justice who were guilty of high treason by June 26.According to the statement, Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif has directed the secretary interior to forthwith direct the FIA DG to constitute a special investigative team of senior officer to commence the inquiry in relation to the emergency of November 3 imposed by General (r) Pervez Musharraf. The team is asked to finalise as expeditiously as possible the statement of case to be put up by the federal government before the special court which would be constituted under the Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Act 1976. The statement says that the law entrusts the investigation of the offence of high treason to the FIA under entry number 14 of the Schedule of the FIA Act 1974 read with the Sections 3(1) and 6. “In order to ensure expeditious completion of the inquiry, the prime minister is considering the constitution of a commission to oversee and monitor the progress of the proceedings, the reply further stated.“On the completion of the investigation, the federal government shall file the requisite complaint under Section 5 of the Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Act 1976 and take steps to constitute the special court in accordance with Section 4 of the same act for the trial of the offence."The attorney general told the court that the federal government in line with the Supreme Court's decision in the SHCBA case believed that holding abeyance of the Constitution on November 3 was an act of high treason under the Article 6. "The government is committed to follow the highest standards of justice. It wishes to ensure that further steps required to be taken by it are not blurred under the cloud of "victor’s justice," the statement added.