Former Pakistan PM and Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan has stated that he is preparing for his upcoming political rally in Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad. Ahead of his “power show”, he has also sent warnings to Pakistan government and PM Shehbaz Sharif. He further stated that the government cannot take actions against peaceful marchers. He also termed the rulers of Pakistan as “corrupt”.
Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan has apologised before the High Court of Islamabad for threatening a lady judge in his public rally. Khan also assured that he will never repeat such an act. He further volunteered to apologise to the lady judge Zeba Choudhary in person. This has come after the court adopted a strict stance and considered contempt proceedings against Khan.
In Pakistan’s Islamabad, an anti-terrorist court (ATC) granted extension of pre-arrest bail (anticipatory bail) to former Pakistan PM Imran Khan, in an alleged anti-terrorism case. The case was filed after Khan allegedly threatened Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry during a public rally on August 20. The FIR filed against Khan stated that Khan intended to “terrorise” police officials and the judiciary.
Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan has been granted anticipatory bail, which gives him protection from getting arrests for three days. This has come after an FIR was filed against Khan under Anti-Terrorism Act. Reportedly, during his rally at Islamabad, Khan issued threats to police, judiciary and other state institutions. “His speech had terrorised and threatened top police officials and a respected female additional sessions judge,” reported… read-more
Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan moved the Islamabad High Court seeking pre-arrest bail, on August 22. The President of PTI, was booked under Anti-Terrorism Act, for threatening a magistrate judge and two senior officials of the Islamabad police, during his rally in Islamabad. The petition filed by Khan's lawyers Babar Awan and Faisal Chaudhry mentioned that Khan was being a “target of the ruling PDM".
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Pakistan's media watchdog has prohibited all satellite television networks from broadcasting live remarks by former Prime Minister Imran Khan with immediate effect. He was arrested for threatening state institutions and government officials at a rally in Islamabad. On August 20, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority stated that despite repeated… read-more
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Former Pakistan CM Imran Khan has been booked for the threatening judge and senior police officials. On August 20, Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaff (PTI) addressed a meeting at F-9 Park, and allegedly threatened a female magistrate and the Islamabad Police, following which a case under Anti-Terrorism Act was registered. Furthermore, the live broadcasting of Imran Khan's speech was also stopped, as confirmed by the local media… read-more
A spying attempting on former Pakistan PM Imran Khan has been foiled, as the accused was caught red-handed. Reportedly, the accused, a cleaner, was paid money to install a spying device in Khan's bedroom. Another worker caught him while he was trying to install it, who then informed the security personnel. Earlier, Imran Khan had stated that his life is in danger, and that people are plotting to eliminate him.
The Islamabad Police is on high alert, after the rumors of the assassination of the former Pakistan PM Imran Khan. Notably, on June 5, Khan is scheduled to visit Gani Bala in Islamabad, following which section 144, restricting gatherings has been imposed. Furthermore, the Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) leaders said, If Imran Khan is attacked it will be an attack on Pakistan, amid his refusal to sell the country, said Faisal Vawda.
Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan's Azadi march reached the capital city of Islamabad, on May 26. Imran Khan addressed the march, and warned the central government. He said that if the election dates are not announced within six days, he will return to Islamabad. The Pakistani Army was deployed in Islamabad, to prevent the march from reaching Supreme Court and Prime Minister's residence.