GEO TV reported that Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan and leader of the Tehreek-e-Insaf party, left his headquarters in Lahore and went to Islamabad to attend a court hearing in the case of selling foreign gifts.
The channel added that the Islamabad authorities have introduced strict security measures in the area of the courthouse in the capital to ensure order and security and avoid any clashes.
Yesterday, Friday, the Islamabad High Court suspended the arrest warrant for Imran Khan in the case of selling gifts to foreign heads of state. The court said it was necessary to give Khan access to the court.
On Monday, a Pakistani court challenged the legality of an arrest warrant for a former prime minister in a case of selling foreign gifts. On the same day, a group of security forces from the Pakistani capital arrived in Lahore to arrest Khan. And last Tuesday, she tried to infiltrate Khan’s headquarters, but supporters of Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf party prevented her from doing so.
The GEO channel then reported that as a result of clashes between the security forces and Ansar Khan, 54 security officials and 8 civilians were injured. On Thursday, the court suspended any action related to Khan’s arrest.
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