How Pak Court Issues Non-Bailable Warrant Against Imran Khan for Threatening Judge


How Pak Court Issues Non-Bailable Warrant Against Imran Khan for Threatening Judge

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On Monday, a court in Pakistan issued a warrant for Imran Khan's arrest without the possibility of bail for threatening a female magistrate while he was speaking at a public gathering here last year.

Rana Mujahid Rahim, a senior civil judge at the district and sessions court in Islamabad, has given the police the order to arrest the former prime minister and bring him before the court by March 29.

In August of last year, a case was filed against Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, for his remarks at a rally in which he warned Additional District and Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry and high-ranking police officers of dire consequences for their "biased" attitude toward his party.

Additionally, he attributed the treatment of his assistant Shehbaz Gill, whom he claimed was tortured while in judicial custody, to them.

After the Islamabad High Court began proceedings against the former premier for contempt of court, Imran was initially booked under a number of different sections of the Pakistan Penal Code.

Khan personally apologized to Chaudhry in front of the sessions judge in September of last year.

Consequently, Khan's terrorism charges were dropped by the Islamabad High Court. However, after the FIR was registered, a similar case was brought against him.

Khan, the 70-year-old previous cricketer-turned-lawmaker has vigorously scrutinized the state organizations after a messed up endeavor by police to capture him from his home in the Zaman Park area of Lahore toward the end of the week.

After a court in Islamabad issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for Khan in the Toshakhana case, the police raid took place on March 5.

The Toshakhana case against Khan was also heard by Judge Zafar Iqbal of the district and sessions court in Islamabad on Monday.

They had been targeted for purchasing presents, including a costly Graff wristwatch he had gotten as the chief at a limited cost from the state store called Toshakhana and selling them for benefit.

In the Toshakhana case, the Islamabad court issued Khan a non-bailable arrest warrant last month because he repeatedly failed to appear in court.

Khan claimed that he was involved in at least 80 distinct cases in various Pakistani courts.

After losing a vote of no confidence in his leadership in April of last year, Khan was removed from office. He claimed that the vote was part of a US-led conspiracy against him because he made independent decisions about Afghanistan, Russia, and China's foreign policy.

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