Imran Khan Case Row: Relief to Imran Khan in hate speech case, non-bailable arrest warrant suspended for two weeks

Imran Khan Non-Bailable Arrest Warrant: The Balochistan High Court (BHC) on Friday (March 10) issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan. Bailable arrest warrant suspended for two weeks. He was accused of using foul language against state institutions.

Justice Zaheeruddin Kakkar of the Balochistan High Court presided over the petition filed on behalf of the former head. Notice has been issued to the concerned parties. At the same time, the lawyers were ordered to present the affidavit in the next hearing.

Knocked the door of Balochistan High Court 
Imran Khan had approached the Balochistan High Court against the FIR registered in Quetta. It was argued in the petition that the case against the PTI chairman has been registered illegally. Requesting the court to dismiss the case registered at the Bijlee Road police station in the provincial capital.  

The request was rejected
Khalil Kakar, a resident of Nawa Killi lodged an FIR against Imran and was also informed that the Balochistan Police has left for Lahore to arrest the former prime minister. Has been. A similar FIR was lodged against PTI members Azam Swati and Shahbaz Gill for using hate speech against state institutions.

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