Imran Khan Toshkhana Case: Imran Khan gets big relief from Islamabad High Court, arrest warrant suspended

Islamabad High Court: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party Imran Khan got a big relief on Friday (17). His arrest warrant in the Toshakhana case has been suspended by the Islamabad High Court. Turmoil is going on in the politics of Pakistan. Due to the ruckus going on in the country regarding Imran Khan, the politics of that country has heated up.

Police had arrived to arrest
Earlier this week, the Islamabad police arrested Imran Khan under a non-bailable arrest warrant issued by a sessions court in Islamabad in connection with the Toshakhana case. Had reached to arrest the house. Imran Khan was not present in many hearings in the Toshakhana case. However, the law enforcement agencies backtracked on Wednesday evening saying that the operation was called off during the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL). Apart from this, the Lahore High Court (LHC) also intervened, after which the operation was postponed twice.

The court had also upheld the order
A day earlier, a sessions court in Islamabad had gone to suspend the arrest warrant of PTI chairman Imran Khan, but the court suspended the arrest warrant. It was decided to continue. At the same time, the court also upheld its order to arrest the former prime minister and produce him before the court by March 18.

Court had issued non-bailable arrest warrant
The trial court had issued non-bailable arrest warrant against Imran Khan in the Toshakhana case for not attending the hearing and the police He was directed to appear in the court on March 7. The PTI chief managed to evade arrest and later approached the IHC to quash the warrant.

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