A local court in Islamabad will hear the Toshakhana case against former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Saturday. The Election Commission of Pakistan lodged a complaint for allegedly hiding the details of the gifts.
political in pakistan It is storm season. Today, the gate of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan’s house was broken by the police with a bulldozer. After this the police entered his house. There is also news of a clash between the supporters of Imran Khan and the police. At the same time, Imran Khan was going to Islamabad today in connection with the hearing of the Toshakhana case. But, on the way, a vehicle of his convoy met with an accident. However, he is safe. After this, Imran Khan said that now it has become clear that despite getting bail in all my cases, the PDM government wants to arrest me. I am going to Islamabad and the court, despite knowing their malicious intentions, because I believe in the rule of law. The Punjab Police has attacked my house in Zaman Park, where Bushra Begum is alone. Under which law are they doing this?
The Toshakhana case of former Pakistan PM Imran Khan is to be heard in a court in Islamabad today. During this, the police reached Imran Khan’s residence in Lahore.
According to Pakistan’s Geo News, the Punjab Police has arrested more than 20 party workers. https://t.co/6WUKmDE787pic.twitter.com/eJWdfzdUBV
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Let us tell you that a hearing is to be held on Saturday in the Toshakhana case against former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan in a local court in Islamabad. Efforts by law enforcement personnel to arrest Khan for failing to appear at earlier hearings have so far been unsuccessful. Khan, the 70-year-old chief of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, will appear in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Zafar Iqbal to take part in the proceedings related to the complaint filed by the Election Commission.
There was a fatal attack in November last year
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) lodged a complaint against Imran Khan for allegedly suppressing details of his gifts in asset declarations. ‘Dawn’ newspaper reported that Khan left for Islamabad from his residence in Lahore with his party workers. Tight security arrangements have been made outside the judicial complex at G-11 in Islamabad, where Imran Khan is expected to reach by afternoon. The Islamabad administration on Friday night imposed Section-144 in the capital, under which it is prohibited to keep arms for private companies, security guards or other individuals. Khan was fatally attacked in November last year.
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