Imran Khan Arrest Warrant: The court has issued a Non-bailable Arrest Warrant against Imran Khan for threatening a female judge of a sessions court in Islamabad. Because of which Islamabad police had reached to arrest Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan by helicopter.
After which his supporters gathered outside the residence of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan clashed with the police late on Tuesday night to prevent his arrest. Despite trying for 14 hours to arrest Khan, the police could not arrest him. Police and Khan’s supporters have been at loggerheads for more than 14 hours. To disperse Khan’s supporters, the police fired tear gas shells and used water cannons.
Police fired tear gas shells
A day after the non-bailable arrest warrant was issued against Imran Khan in the Toshakhana case, the police reached his house. After which the police fired tear gas shells and released water cannons to disperse Khan’s supporters. In the video that surfaced, it can be seen that the police, following an armored vehicle, are moving towards Khan’s Zaman Park residence and supporters of the former prime minister are being dispersed by water cannons.
What is the matter?
According to information, Shahbaz Gill, the leader of Imran Khan’s party, was arrested last year on charges of treason. The police had demanded to increase Shahbaz’s remand, which was accepted by Judge Jeba Chowdhary. About which Imran Khan got angry in a rally and said that Jeba knew that his party leader was being tortured in jail, but still he did not give bail. After this Imran had threatened to see Zeba. Because of which a case was registered against Imran under sections of terrorism.
Imran Khan is also involved in the Toshakhana case
Imran Khan had received gifts worth about 14 crores while being in the post of Prime Minister. Those were also deposited in Toshakhana, but there is an allegation on Imran Khan that he bought all these gifts at cheap prices and later sold them in the market at cheap prices. Due to which the case is going on against him.
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