Pakistan Imran Khan Arrest Warrant: The problems of former Prime Minister and President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan in Pakistan do not seem to end. The Election Commission of Pakistan on Monday (July 24) issued a non-bailable warrant against Imran Khan in a contempt case.
The Election Commission of Pakistan had earlier called Imran Khan several times for appearance, but Imran Khan did not appear. After this, the Election Commission has entrusted the responsibility of arresting Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan to the Inspector General of Police (IG) of Islamabad.
Alleged use of indecent language
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had initiated contempt proceedings against Khan (70) and former party leaders Asad Umar and Fawad Chaudhry last year for allegedly using indecent language against the Chief Election Commissioner and the Election Commission.
A four-judge bench headed by ECP member Nisar Durrani had issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Khan and Chaudhary along with granting relief to Umar in the last hearing on July 11. The bench fixed July 25 for hearing.
Failed to appear before ECP
Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in its new order said that even after notices and bailable warrants were issued to Khan on January 16 and March 2, he had failed to appear before the ECP. Regarding this, the Election Commission of Pakistan has issued a non-bailable warrant against former PM Imran Khan.
ECP has ordered to arrest and present the order by 10 am today. On this, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan said that this is the conspiracy of the Home Minister behind all this.
Imran Khan’s reaction
Imran Khan has also come to the fore. He said An attempt is being made to remove me. Another warrant was issued for this. At the same time, a hearing has been held against Imran’s wife Bushra Bibi, two sisters and one in a Pakistani court. In this, the exercise of declaring both sisters and relatives as fugitives started.
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