Former Prime Minister and head of Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan will appear before Islamabad’s Supreme Court (IHC) today (Wednesday) under tight security.
In accordance with the protection orders issued government earlier today, lawyers only on in cause list would be allowed to enter the high court after a security check, and the court was fenced with barbed wire.
While SSP operations, Jamil Zafar was given primary responsibility of security outside Supreme Court, three superintendents of Police (IP) as well as nine additional and deputies of IP provide their services in neighborhood of the court.
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In addition, at least a thousand junior officers and officials were posted around the IHC while the security department responsible for security in the courtroom.
protection order also stated that the Safe City cameras would be used to monitor area and that all officers and personnel posted on The ground will be unarmed, except for those who are assigned duties on the roof.
In addition, 500 short range and additional 500 long range armored vehicles have also were placed with tear gas projectiles. At the same time, at least 3,000 shells and policemen vehicles placed in police lines.
Still tensions remained high in IHC after ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday (yesterday) replied to show-cause court notice in contempt case and offered to “take back the controversial remarks he had made against District and Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry during a PTI rally at F-9 Park in Islamabad earlier this month.
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head of PTI in The preliminary reply stated that due to “a serious misunderstanding and misunderstanding” he misunderstood that Judge Zeba was not a judicial officer, but an executive judge exercising executive functions. on federal government directions.
replysubmitted via Imran counsel Hamid Khan regretted that wrong from the speech of the chief of PTI, it seemed that he threatened the female judge for approving the physical detention of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill.
“Even otherwise, the word ‘action’ is used in the speech did not refer to any “illegal/illegal acts” against any man rather was used for “legitimate” and “lawful action”, which is correct of every citizen of Pakistan”, reply stated.