The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has claimed that the Kartarpur corridor was the initiative of Prime Minister Khan.
The Supreme Court gave General Qamar Javed Bajwa a reprieve on Thursday and allowed him to continue as the Chief of the Army Staff for six more months after posing tough questions.
He also praised Chief Justice Khosa, who had grilled senior officials during the hearing and asked the government to set the house in order.
Bajwa's original three-year tenure is set to expire on Thursday at midnight and he can now continue as the Army chief for another six months.
The bench also directed that the new summary should not mention any time period for which the service of army chief would be extended.
"Only the President of Pakistan can extend the tenure of the army chief," Dawn quoted chief justie Asif Saeed Khosa as saying during the hearing.
Ali Amir Awan and Muhammad Saeed, both currently serving as Major Generals, were elevated to the ranks of Lieutenant Generals, the Pakistan Army said in a statement.
The Indian Army guarding the LoC retaliated to silence the Pakistani guns and the cross-border firing between the two sides in Sunderbani sector was going on when last reports were received.
The plea also named the former DG ISI Rizwan Akhtar for failing to fulfil his duty as a Muslim by not informing the government that Bajwa does not belong to the religion.
At about 4:15 pm, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by firing of small arms and shelling with mortars in the Sunderbani Sector.
Pakistan fired at forward posts along the LoC around 2.30 am in Krishnaghati sector in Poonch, in which the Army personnel was killed, the official said.
The Kartarpur Corridor will connect the Dera Baba Nanak shrine in India's Punjab with Darbar Sahib at Kartarpur, just 4 kilometres from the IB.
Pakistan Army 'too busy' to get involved in political matters: Maj Gen Ghafoor on ongoing anti-government protests
Dubbed as 'Azadi March', the protestors demand Prime Minister Khan's resignation, accusing him of 'rigging' the 2018 general elections.
Maulana Fazlur Ghafoor said that in democracies issues should be resolved democratically and appreciated the contact between the protestors and the govt.
Afghan forces and local militiamen tried to prevent them, triggering the two-hour shootout in which four other civilians were also wounded.