Anti-Terrorist Court (ATS) on Imran Khan, head of the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf movement, appeared in court on Thursday at noon. for hearing of his pledge plea in case of terrorism against his.
Last month ATC in Islamabad received the ousted prime minister. pre-arrest pledge plea in case and ordered him to stand trial on September 1 (today).
During the hearing earlier today, former premiere counsel Babar Avan was put on trial, and journalists and other lawyers were banned from entering the court complex.
The court noted that Imran Khan should stand trial. in man, to which Awan stated that the Islamabad police had informed the PTI leader that his life in danger.
ATC judge Raja Javad Abbas said that the arguments for the petition for release on bail will be considered today, and the prosecutor asked the court to introduce the accused, after which the court will continue its work.
The court ordered a reading of threatened statement for in record of a business.
The judge asked the prosecutor if charges of terrorism without crime had ever been filed, arguing that the court was usually informed of weapon involved.
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Imran’s lawyer asked the court give they have until 12 noon to bring the head of the PTI to court. However, he warned that if something happened to his client, the inspector general as well as director inspector general of operations will be carried outresponsible”.
The court asked that danger Imran faced adding that he had previously been released on bail.
“If the court gave him bail, that’s his duty stand trial,” the judge remarked, to which Avan repeated that Imran wanted come but the police personnel said his life was in danger.
Counsel also stated that four additional sections – sections 504, 506, 186 and 188 – were added in in terror case against Imran and begged the court to post bail for him for also these provisions.
Judge Abbas stated that the court issue notifications in in this respect.
Subsequently, the anti-terrorism court adjourned the hearing until noon and summoned Imran Khan.
It is noteworthy that former prime minister was absent from court during the interlocutory bail hearing on 22 August. However decision to confirm or reject Imran Khan’s bail will made after the court hears all arguments today.
upcoming of Imran Khan’s appearance in The ATC has stepped up security measures. made with 527 police personnel deployed. Police blocked way to court by installing barbed wire and forbidding entry of unrelated people.
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PTI CEO Imran Khan left his residence in Bani Gala and headed to the ATC for bail hearing plea. Video on PTI official Twitter handle shows fleet of cars and police personnel accompanying Imran to court.
PTI leaders Senator Faisal Javed, Kanwal Shawzab and Ali Nawaz Awan arrived at the court ahead of the hearing, which is attended by Imran. set show up at noon.
talking to media personnel Faisal Javed said that Imran Khan’s life was in danger and that this treatment of someone who It was government in several provinces were “sad”.
He claimed that the PTI members and leader were “law-abiding”. peopleand Imran was charged with terrorism for “picking it up voice against torture”.
Ali Awan said people watch what would happen if Imran was arrested, wondering what Pakistan’s image would be in front of world.
He claimed that “the terrorism case was registered against that man who raised his voice for world, who raised his voice against Islamophobia” and stated that his party didn’t have made political affair against anyone.
“If in Pakistan real leader after Quaid-e-Azam is Imran Khan,” Ali Awan said.
PTI General Secretary Asad Umar arrived at location as well as announced that imran khan soon get to court.