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A plea to quash Imran Khan’s arrest warrant was dismissed IV News

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The Islamabad High Court rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan’s plea to quash the arrest warrant issued by the court in the Tosha Khana case.

The hearing was held after Islamabad High Court Judge Aamir Farooq allowed objections to PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s petition. Chief Justice Amir Farooq had reserved the decision after the arguments of the parties were over. Dismissing the application, he said the statement made in the Islamabad High Court should be submitted in court.

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The court confirmed Imran Khan’s arrest warrant and said that the court should decide on this statement according to law.

It should be noted that after the issuance of the non-bailable arrest warrant for Imran Khan, a team of Islamabad Police along with a large contingent of Lahore Police reached Zaman Park to arrest Imran Khan. After that, Imran Khan’s legal team filed an application against the arrest warrant in the Tosha Khana case in the Islamabad High Court, seeking quashing of the order and seeking an urgent hearing, however, the registrar’s office objected. on the application of Imran Khan. Claimed that Imran Khan’s biometrics were not done.

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The Supreme Court had rejected a petition for hearing on a petition to quash the arrest warrant against Imran Khan and scheduled the petition for hearing on Wednesday.

On the other hand, after a few hours passed, the Islamabad police could not arrest the former prime minister and Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran in the Tosha Khana case, while the situation remained tense near Zaman Park for the second consecutive day, and PTI supporters and policemen clashed fiercely. occurred between the institutions.

On the other hand, the Lahore High Court stayed the ongoing police operation to arrest Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan till 10 am tomorrow.

An application was filed in the Lahore High Court against the police action to arrest Imran Khan, which was heard by Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh. Punjab Justice Minister Shan Gul appeared before the court.

The petition was filed by Fawad Chaudhry through his lawyer Khawaja Tariq Rahim, claiming that tear gas canisters affect basic human rights. Zaman Park residents are badly hit by a shilling. The law was violated in the execution of the arrest warrant against Imran Khan.

Khawaja Tariq Rahim said Zaman Park has become a war zone as seen in movies.

Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh asked Khawaja Tariq if there was also an application in the Islamabad High Court. As lawyer Khawaja Tariq replied that the application was to stay the arrest warrant.

The court adjourned the hearing and directed the IG Punjab Principal Secretary to appear before the court by 3:00 p.m.

Hearings resumed after a break. IG Punjab appeared before the court. He said vehicles were burnt with petrol bombs. It has been like this since this morning. Green belt spoiled. Damaged items. We have to catch the people who damaged government property. The court would have voided the warrant and we would have returned.

He said that those who have done wrong should be caught. We have videos. We have been abused.

Chief Secretary Punjab says I was in the hospital all night. People were coming with split heads.

Justice Tariq Saleem Sheikh said PSL is also happening in the city. I want peace in the city. You should stop the operation now. There is also a program in Islamabad.

During the hearing, Shah Mehmood Qureshi came to the podium and said that IG Punjab is not telling the truth. We are ready to surrender to the court. It is only a safety concern.

The Lahore High Court called the parties at 10 am tomorrow and said that the PSL will also be held. At that time, the decision of Islamabad High Court will also come.

The court ordered the police to cease operations until 10 o’clock tomorrow.

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