Illegal Arrest of Former Prime Minister Imran Khan Ruled by Pakistan’s Supreme Court

The Pakistani channel GEO reported that the Supreme Court of Pakistan ruled that the decision to arrest former Prime Minister Imran was not legal.

The channel stated, “The Supreme Court found the arrest of Imran Khan illegal.”

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested last Tuesday by members of the National Accountability Service (Economic Intelligence) in the Kadir Trust case. Investigators believe that Khan, in cooperation with his wife and leaders of the Tehrik-e-Insaf party, received 5 billion rupees and tens of hectares of land from the Islamabad company Bahria Town in exchange for protecting the company in money laundering. business, while the agreement between the company and the party leadership was damaged. The state treasury amounted to 50 billion rupees. Yesterday, on Wednesday, the Islamabad court ruled that Imran Khan was taken into custody for 8 days.

Pakistani police also arrested Fuad Chaudhry and Shah Mahmood Qureshi, two Tehreek-e-Insaf party vice-chairmen, and Asad Omar, the party’s general secretary.

Source: News

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