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Thursday, March 23, 2023

Lahore High Court has stayed the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan!

News ECG: Imran Khan, a former prime minister of Pakistan, had momentary comfort. Imran cannot be detained until Thursday morning in the Toshakhana case, according to the Lahore High Court.

Fawad Chaudhry, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party, appealed the District and Sessions Court of Islamabad’s arrest decision to the High Court. The Supreme Court ruled that the case’s hearing should end.

According to the local media, Imran, a former prime minister of Pakistan, would be detained in connection with a case of judicial intimidation. Unusually, Imran Khan leveled several charges and critiques at the nation’s military. This will topple his government.

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Imran Khan was once shot at. Athir managed to flee with only minor wounds. Despite claims that his life is in danger, he is reportedly expected to be detained today. Imran Khan was charged with making threats against police officers and Pakistani judge Zeba Chaudhry during a campaign event.

He requested an exemption from the investigation and did not show up when it was being conducted in the case relating to this. He didn’t appear in court, even though the judge rejected his request. Civil Judge Rana Mujahid Rahim rendered a decision in this case. As he failed to show up for the trial, Imran Khan issued a non-bailable arrest warrant in it.

Imran Khan was supposed to be detained last week, but according to local media, he will be detained on March 14. Yet, the difficulty in apprehending Imran Khan persists because of fights between the police and the protesters.

A restraining order prohibiting Imran Khan’s arrest has been issued in this matter by an Islamabad court till tomorrow (March 16). Yet tensions in Pakistan are still present. The area surrounding Imran Khan’s residence in Lahore has enhanced police security.

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