A lower court here admitted on January 9 Lakhvi's application in the abduction case of Anwer Khan, an Afghan national, registered against him over six years ago, and granted him bail against the surety bonds worth Rs 2,00,000.
"Today Mr Khan announced the verdict dismissing the acquittal plea of Lakhvi's," Abbasi told PTI.
He said the Islamabad police had registered a fabricated case against his client and he would challenge the verdict in the high court.
Prosecutor Nabil Tabish, however, said the investigation in abduction case was still underway and the First Information Report (FIR) against Lakhvi could not be quashed till its completion.
According to the FIR, Muhammad Anwar Khan went missing from Thallan Syedan suburb here around six years ago. His brother-in-law Muhammad Daud - complainant of the case - accused Lakhvi behind his kidnapping.
Anwar used to visit the Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) office in Bhara Kahu where the group motivated him about Jihad and Lakhvi asked Anwar to get ready for it (Jihad) but he refused.
One day, Lakhvi came along with his accomplices at his house and took Anwar with him, according to the FIR.