Non-bailable arrest warrants for Imran in Toshakhana case

Members of security personnel escort Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan (C) as he leaves after appearing before the High Court in Islamabad on August 31, 2022. – A Pakistan’s court on August 31 adjourned contempt proceedings against Khan for a week in a case criticising a magistrate, his party officials said. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP) (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI/AFP via Getty Images)

The prior PM is granted bail in three of the record four cases that were heard simultaneously in ISLAMABAD: After being granted bail in three cases, including attempted murder, prohibited financing, and psychological warfare, former state head Imran Khan faced a legal problem when a fourth court issued non-bailable capture warrants for him in the Toshakhana case.

The Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) leader barely eluded capture in two of more than 70 objections filed against him across the nation on a variety of charges, including psychological warfare, just hours before the warrants were issued.

Khan, who suffered gunshot wounds during a meeting last year and is recuperating in Lahore, showed up in Islamabad on Tuesday with a lot of party workers and allies under the watchful eyes of four different courts.

He was scheduled to be arraigned in the Toshakhana case, but his attorney said that because of previous responsibilities in other courts, he would be excused from the consultation. There have been two previous delays with the prosecution.

The conference, as indicated by Extra Meetings Judge Zafar Iqbal, has been postponed until Walk 7.

Long-distance race DAY In the primary instance of psychological oppression, the judge of the counter-terrorism court (ATC), Raja Jawad Abbas, approved Khan’s break bail until Walk 9 for a situation involving violent confrontations outside the Political decision Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

In the meantime, the financial court judge, Rakhshinda Shaheen, granted the former head of state’s bail in the subsidy case that was denied.

Khan independently showed up, under the watchful eye of the two appointed authorities.

After allies of the resistance staged exhibitions outside the council’s workplaces across the nation following the exclusion of the previous state leader from the unfamiliar gifts reference, the psychological warfare case was documented in October of the previous year at Islamabad’s Sangjani police headquarters.

In the subsidizing case, Khan and some of his assistants were booked by the Government Examination Organization (FIA) in October for their party’s alleged receipt of “restricted financing.”

Through the organization’s corporate financial circle in Islamabad, the state documented the case. In September of last year, the ECP made a decision regarding the situation, which had recently been referred to as the unfamiliar financing case, and stated that the party had in fact been denied subsidization.

Khan showed up at the Islamabad High Court (IHC) after this development and was granted pre-capture bail until Walk 9 in the attempted murder case.

The psychological warfare case was heard in an enemy of illegal intimidation court within the legal complex, while the unfamiliar subsidizing case was heard in a financial court. While a meetings court in the F-8 area was hearing the Toshakhana and attempted murder cases.

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