Pakistan: Terrorism case registered against former PM Imran Khan

Pakistan’s police have vandalized former Prime Minister Imran Khan and about a dozen leaders of his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), attacked security personnel, created ruckus outside the court premises during the hearing of the corruption case against the ousted Prime Minister. On Sunday, an FIR was registered under various sections of the Prevention of Terrorism Act on the charge of involvement.

Imran Khan had come to Islamabad from Lahore to appear in the much-awaited hearing of the Toshakhana case and during that time there was a clash between his supporters and security personnel outside the Islamabad judicial complex.

25 security personnel were injured during clashes between PTI workers and the police on Saturday, following which Additional District and Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal adjourned the hearing till March 30.

Geo News has reported that an FIR has been registered against PTI workers and wanted leaders. The news channel reported that 17 PTI leaders have been named in the FIR lodged by the Islamabad Police.

The FIR states that the activists demolished the police check post and the main gate of the judicial complex. According to the police, 18 people have been detained on charges of arson, stone pelting and damage to the judicial complex building.

According to the FIR, “two police vehicles and seven motorcycles were burnt and the official vehicle of the police station in-charge was damaged during the clash.” Imran Khan (70) came from Lahore to Islamabad to appear in the court. Were. His supporters were also with him in the convoy.

PTI will file a case against the police officers

PTI leader Fawad Chaudhary said on Sunday that the party would file a case against police officers who were involved in “illegal action” and violence at Imran Khan’s residence. He tweeted, “Today, a meeting of the party’s legal team has been called. The way the police defied the order of the Lahore High Court and entered the residence of Imran Khan, it broke all the rules of maintaining the house’s propriety. Goods were stolen from the residence and they took to the juice box. Innocent people were tortured.

AWAR district to attend proceedings on a complaint filed by the Election Commission of Pakistan on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief Imran Khan, 70, for allegedly concealing details of gifts in his asset declarations And was to appear in the court of Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Zafar Iqbal.

Toshakhana established in the year 1974 is a department under the administrative control of Cabinet Division. The Toshakhana stores valuable gifts received by Pakistani rulers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats and officials from governments of other countries, heads of states and foreign dignitaries.

Imran Khan was disqualified by the Election Commission of Pakistan in October last year for not sharing details of the sale.

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