- PTI Chairman Imran Khan asks JIT for dismissal of case of terrorism in written reply represented through his lawyer.
- PTI leader says What did he say in performance cannot be qualified as terrorism.
- PTI Chairman Received Invitation in case of terrorism over his remarks about women’s court hearings Judge Zeba Chaudhry and the police.
ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Imran Khan said on Friday that the threats he issued to the female judge in the rally does not fall under “terrorism” and in the case should be dismissed as “not guilty”.
PTI chairman called for dismissal of his case in written reply submitted for joint investigation. team (JIT), set up to investigate his case through his lawyer.
“I am the chairman of Tehrik-i-Insaf, I was prime minister of Pakistan, government tortured [my aide] Shahbaz Gill due to political opposition, report filed in Islamabad High Court proves torture of Shahbaz Gill,” Khan told JIT.
PTI leader added What he said in the speech cannot be qualified as terrorism, adding that he did not commit any illegal acts and did not cause harm anyone.
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Although the PTI chairman submitted a written reply, he was directed by the court to be part of of investigation in a business.
Khan was asked to appear before the JIT at the Margalla Police Station at 3:00 pm today, but he did not appear. show up.
Last week the anti-terrorist court in Islamabad extended temporary bond of PTI Chairman until September 12 in terrorism case involving his controversial remarks about Women’s Court Judge Zeba Chaudhry and the capital city police.
The court sent an ex-prime minister provide 100,000 rubles as a guarantee against pledge.
The case was registered against in former prime minister under the Anti-Terrorism Act for threatening additional meetings of the judge and senior police officers of Islamabad police during public rally.
party moved to the Islamabad High Court (IHC), where Khan managed to get a transit bail until August 25, but was asked to go to ATC because the case was terrorism-related.
Read more: Case registered against Imran Khan under anti-terrorism law for threatening judge, police officers
FIR registered against Khan states that he threatened the extra-trial judge Zeba Chaudhry and the police at the rally. in Park F-9 to “terrorize” the police and the judiciary.
main the purpose was to prevent police and judicial out its legal obligations, the FIR says.
FIR has been registered on a complaint of Magistrate Ali Javed in Islamabad Margalla Police Station pursuant to Section 7 of ATA.
What did Imran Khan say?
At a rally in the F-9 park in Islamabad Khan warned he would “not spare” the Islamabad inspector general, deputy inspector general and female judge promising to file cases against them for “torture” Gill.
“We will not spare IG and DIG,” he said, addressing the crowd.
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former prime minister called out sessions are judged, who approved Gill’s two-day arrest upon request of Metropolitan Police, and said that she too should “prepare” how to also be registered against her.
PTI chief led the rally in Islamabad from Zero Point to F-9 Park in support of prisoner Leader Gill, who in party demands were subjected to “terrible torture” in in police custody.