Imran Khan’s party PTI had filed a petition in the Balochistan High Court against the order of a judicial magistrate in Quetta and urged him to quash the arrest warrant.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan. (file photo)
Balochistan High Court (High Court) of Pakistan former prime minister imran khan On Friday, the execution of the non-bailable warrant issued against him in the case of spreading hatred against government institutions was stayed. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had approached the High Court against the issuance of warrants against its chief.
Recently, a non-bailable warrant was issued against the former Prime Minister on Thursday on charges of spreading hatred against government institutions and their offices.
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Appeal against order of Judicial Magistrate
Imran Khan’s party PTI had filed a petition in the Balochistan High Court against the order of a judicial magistrate in Quetta and urged him to quash the arrest warrant. The party also requested to cancel the FIR lodged at a police station in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan.
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Stay on execution of arrest warrant
At present, High Court Justice Zaheer-ud-Din Kakar, while hearing the case, stayed the execution of the warrant and after issuing notices to the Inspector General of Police, Balochistan, Director of Investigation, Senior Superintendent of Police (Law), SHO and the complainant The hearing has been adjourned for two weeks. In fact, the judicial magistrate had directed the authorities to take 70-year-old Khan into custody and produce him before the court.
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PTI chief had hit hard
In fact, on Thursday, a local court in Quetta issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against the PTI chief in a case registered under several sections of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act, 2016 (PECA). In his speech on Sunday, the PTI chief came down heavily on “state institutions”. At the same time, a team of Islamabad Police had reached his Zaman Park residence to arrest him in the Toshakhana case.
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A total of 37 cases have been registered in different parts of the country.
Let us tell you that Imran Khan was ousted from power in April last year, after which he expressed his anger while addressing party workers and supporters at Zaman Park residence in Lahore, who organized the “Jail Bharo Tehreek” (Voluntary Arrest Movement). ) had attended. In his fiery speech, the PTI chairman had said that he has neither bowed down before any institution or person nor will he allow the country to do so. According to the report, a total of 37 cases are registered against Imran Khan in different parts of the country.
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