Toshakhana case: Big relief to Imran Khan from Islamabad HC, non-bailable warrant suspended. Toshkhana case Islamabad High Court suspends non-bailable warrant of Imran Khan
On Thursday, the sessions court rejected Imran Khan’s petition, after which he approached the Islamabad High Court.
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Islamabad. Pakistan former prime minister of Imran Khan Got a big relief. The non-bailable warrant issued against him in the Toshakhana case has been suspended. The Islamabad High Court has suspended the non-bailable warrant giving relief to Imran Khan. With this, the court has ordered Imran Khan to appear in the lower court. Earlier, the court had ordered to arrest Imran Khan by March 18 and produce him in the court.
After this, a police team also reached Zaman Park in Lahore to arrest Imran Khan. During this, he also had a clash with the supporters of Imran Khan. At the same time, Imran Khan had filed a petition in the court to stay the warrant. According to the information, on Thursday, the sessions court had rejected Imran Khan’s petition seeking stay on the warrant, after which he approached the Islamabad High Court.
Imran Khan also went to Lahore High Court
Meanwhile, it is being told that Imran Khan has gone to the Lahore High Court. Giving information about this, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhary said that he is going to tell the Lahore High Court that he will appear in the Islamabad High Court.
What is Toshakhana case?
In fact, in the year 2018, Imran Khan received valuable gifts as the Prime Minister. He received these gifts during his travels to Europe and Arab countries. But he did not even declare many of these gifts. At the same time, many gifts were bought at a much lower price than the original and went out and sold at higher prices. In this case, the Election Commission of Pakistan had alleged that while being PM from 2018 to 2022, Imran Khan did not tell about the gifts he received from abroad and the profit he got by selling them.