Pakistan Imran Khan: Another case has been registered against former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan under anti-terrorist sections. With this, now a total of 97 cases are registered against him.
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Imran Khan: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has got relief in the Toshakhana case, but another case has been registered against him. Imran has been booked under anti-terror laws. With this, he is about to complete a century in the case. With the recently registered case, there are now a total of 97 cases registered against him. Imran Khan’s troubles have still not reduced and he is trying hard to avoid arrest.
Imran Khan was going from Lahore to Islamabad High Court on Saturday, but on the way the vehicles of his convoy allegedly collided with each other. During this nothing happened to them, but some people in the convoy got injured. On the other hand, the police created a lot of orgy at Imran’s house. A team of about 10,000 policemen had reached Imran’s house to raid on Saturday, where there was a fierce clash between the supporters and the police.
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Claim of getting weapons from Imran’s house
Some policemen were also injured in the clash and many of Imran’s supporters also suffered serious injuries. Police claimed that Imran’s supporters hurled petrol bombs, pelted stones and fired bullets at them. The police team reached Imran’s house with a search warrant, where a large number of his supporters gathered. Eventually the police entered Imran’s house and searched it. An officer told that weapons have been recovered from his house.
Now Imran will appear in the court on March 30
Imran Khan also had to struggle to appear in the court, where he told in an audio message that even after 20 minutes he did not get entry in the court. It is said that he recorded his appearance from the threshold of the court itself and the judge gave great relief to Imran after the hearing. The court has now asked Imran to appear on March 30 as well.
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