Police reached his house to arrest Imran Khan, non-bailable warrant issued in Toshakhana case
Imran Khan In the Toshakhana case, the police reached the residence of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan to arrest him. Imran Khan can be arrested at any time. Matters have worsened in Islamabad and Lahore. Here the Lahore police have returned from Imran Khan's residence. Police say that Imran was not found in his room. He is evading arrest. On the other hand, the court has ordered Imran Khan to appear on March 7.
Former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan is just about to be arrested. According to Pakistan media, the police have reached the residence of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in Lahore to arrest him in the Toshakhana case. Imran Khan can be arrested at any time. Here the Lahore police have returned from Imran Khan's residence. Police say that Imran was not found in his room. He is evading arrest. On the other hand, the court has ordered Imran Khan to appear on March 7. On Tuesday, the Islamabad Sessions Court held former PM Imran Khan accused of selling gifts worth crores of rupees from the government treasury (Toshakhana) at very cheap prices. And has also issued a non-bailable warrant against Imran Khan. The present government was waiting for the order of the court. Imran Khan's third wife Bushra Bibi is also an accused in the Toshakhana case. But the court has not yet given any decision regarding Bushra Bibi. To put pressure on the police, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party supremo Imran Khan has asked supporters to gather outside the house. A scuffle has started between the police and Imran's supporters. Fawad Chaudhary, leader of Imran Khan's party, said the situation could worsen with an attempt to arrest him. I warn the anti-Pakistan government not to put Pakistan in trouble. He said that party workers reached Zaman Park.
The court adjourned the hearing twice on Tuesday. Judge Zafar Iqbal ordered the non-bailable warrant. However, former PM Imran Khan got relief in two other cases. One of these is related to illegal party funding and the other to terrorism.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior vice-president Maryam Nawaz spoke of the end of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan's political career. Imran Khan has now reached his end, the PML-N heir apparently said at his party convention in Gujranwala, Geo News reported. He questioned why the PTI chief's assistant wanted to rescue a person who had already drowned.
The ruling Pakistani Democratic Movement had taken up the Toshakhana gift matter with the Election Commission. The Pakistani Democratic Movement said that Imran Khan had sold gifts received from various countries during his tenure. Former PM Imran Khan had told the Election Commission that he had bought all these gifts from Toshakhana for Rs 2.15 crore, on selling he got Rs 5.8 crore. Later it was revealed that this amount was more than 20 crores.