ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, Chairman of PTI and former prime minister to appear before anti-terrorism court (ATC) today (Thursday) for looking for collateral in terrorism case, party said the leader on Wednesday.
In a PTI video message senior leader Babar Avan said the party’s legal committee decided that Khan’s bail plea will be served in ATC tomorrow, and former the prime minister would have gone there himself.
Avan claimed that by filing this case, government has completely “destroyed” Pakistan’s anti-terrorist narrative, as he called the allegations against Khan”false”.
“This is a fabricated case; there was no threat; no shots were fired from the Kalashnikov assault rifle.” former special prime minister’s assistant on parliamentary affairs said.
The case was registered against in former prime minister under the Anti-Terrorism Act for threatening the judge with an additional hearing and senior police officers of Islamabad police during public rally.
I’m looking for a pledge party moved to the Islamabad High Court (IHC), where Khan managed to post a transit bond before 25 August, but was asked to go to the ATC because the case was terrorism-related.
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 goal of intimidation was to interfere with the 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.
Last Sunday, PTI chief Khan warned he would “not spare” an Islamabad inspector general, deputy inspector general, and a female judge promising to file cases against them for torture Gill.
“We will not spare IG and DIG,” he said, referring to public gathering in F-9 park. former prime minister called out Additional District and Sessions Judge Chaudhry, who approved Gill’s two-day arrest upon request of Metropolitan Police, and said that she too should prepare as you go also be registered against her.
The head of PTI relayed the comments, while leading rally in Islamabad from Zero Point to F-9 Park in support of prisoner Leader Gill, who in party claims were subjected to alleged “terrible torture” in in police custody.