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Tosha Khana Case Imran Khan’s Arrest Warrant Was Upheld Ordered To Appear In Court on March 18th

The session court upheld the arrest warrant of PTI Chairman Imran Khan in the Tosha Khana case and ordered him to appear before the court on March 18. According to
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The session court upheld the arrest warrant of PTI Chairman Imran Khan in the Tosha Khana case and ordered him to appear before the court on March 18.

According to the details, the session court gave a reserved verdict on the plea of ​​exemption from attendance in the Tosha Khana criminal case against PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

The court refused to exempt Imran Khan from attending the hearing in the Tosha Khana case, and the arrest warrant remained valid. 

The court advised Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan to appear before the court on March 18.

Also Read:  Tosha Khana Update: Ban On Gifts Worth More Than $300

Additional District and Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal heard the Tosha Khana case.

Imran Khan’s lawyer Khawaja Haris argued that it is not that Imran Khan is not acting deliberately. Imran Khan has security threats. There has been an assassination attack which is being mocked.

The lawyer said that the caretaker government had withdrawn all the security which should have been provided to the former prime minister is not available.

Khawaja Haris also raised a point regarding the signatures in the Election Commission’s complaint. They said there is a difference in the signatures on the application, and a handwriting expert should examine the signature.

The Election Commission’s lawyer said there was an attempt to delay the trial. Imran Khan did not appear before and now raised the point of the application being inadmissible. 

The Islamabad High Court had allowed appearing without arrest. That grace period has also ended today. A notice should be issued to the responsible authority if the warrant is not implemented.

The Islamabad High Court had decided to give the defendant a grace period of innocence without arrest. That grace period has ended today. No matter if the application is implemented, a notice to the responsible authorities has to be issued.

After this, the court reserved the decision on the plea of ​​exemption from attendance and non-hearability of the application.

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